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Make Time is a framework that can help you create more time for the things you find important, in 4 steps, repeated every day:
Take control of your time by choosing where you direct your attention. And your daily Highlight is the target of that attention.
Principles for picking your Highlight:
Laser mode happens when your attention is truly focused on the present: you’re in the flow, meaning you are fully engaged, and immersed in the moment.
The key to getting into Laser mode and focusing on your Highlight is to defeat distraction. To do that, make distraction hard to access. When distractions are not accessible, you don’t have to worry about willpower.
When you don’t take care of your body, your brain can’t do its job.
Take time for daily reflection: did you made time for your Highlight? How well you were able to focus on it? If you fail at first, don’t be hard on yourself when you fail. Use your notes to Give it time and use the notes improve your process.
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A habit - a mini-system that once you create, becomes automatic to your body, with minimal interference from the brain.
The Habit Loop is a breakdown of a habit put it into three sections:
Keep a trigger cue ready and stack up the routine in such a way that your tasks become a habitual routine without any friction, each trigger cue and routine stacked over the next one.
Example: Put on running shoes instead of slippers in the morning and that's your cue to go out for a walk, then when you are back and feeling sweaty, that's your cue to take a bath.
Proactively invest your time in your health by eating well, exercising regularly, getting plenty of sleep, and regularly seeing your doctors.
Make sure you also invest in the other mark...
If you’re spending more time putting out fires than building the right foundations, you’ll never get out ahead of your to-do list.
Spend time building relationships, identifying opportunities, time for prevention and planning.
Investing in do-nothing time will help us slow down and experience a different pace of life, in which time’s value is not measured by its productivity.