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When companies have more work than they can handle, they tend to ask, "Who will do this work?" But the better questions are:
Efficiency is not limited to how you perform specific tasks. Consider how the general way you work impacts your efficiency.
Set goals that go beyond simple quantity measures. Find other ways to work smarter that could lead to significant productivity increases.
It is better to do less and accomplish more than to d...
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Productivity is directly related to your energy level.
Find your most productive hours — the time of your peak energy — and schedule Deep Work for those periods. Do low-value and low-energy tasks (also known as shallow work), such as responding to emails or unimportant meetings, in between those hours.
Before going to bed, spend 5 minutes writing your to-do list for the next day. These tasks should help you move towards your professional and personal goals.
You’ll be better prepared mentally for the challenges ahead before waking up and there won’t be any room for procrastination in the morning. As a result, you’ll work faster and smoother than ever before.
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You must challenge yourself to take action sooner rather than later.
Planning and strategizing are important parts of the beginning of a new project, but be careful not to lose yourself indefinitely in these steps.
Blame is nothing but an easy way out of taking responsibility for your own outcomes. It’s a lot easier to point a finger at someone or something else instead of looking within yourself.
Blame is not constructive; it does not help you or anyone else.
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