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"Effectiveness is doing the right things, but efficiency is doing things right. That means effectiveness is picking a direction and efficiency is running really fast in that direction."
"Hope is not a plan. Hope is nothing but waiting and letting life happen to you."
David Allen's threefold nature of work:
Only do it if it's going to take a minute and it's been scheduled. Otherwise, just dro...
If anything important happens in the world, it will come your way many times.
There's no need to hit refresh every 5 minutes on news sites. Somebody will tell you.
When you're multitasking you are actually doing something called task-switching, which requires context switching. And this harms your productivity overall.
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