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Know exactly where you spend your money. Create a system for tracking profit and loss, and returns on investment.
Looking for a misplaced item consumes time and energy.
Have a designated place for everything so that you know exactly where to find things.
Create a plan or a system with step-by-step directions for as many duties as possible.
This frees up your mind, deters stress and promotes creativity.
Learn to do things at the right time. Know what can wait and what needs to be addressed immediately.
Success is not about doing everything on your own. In order to be more productive, delegate tasks and empower those who work for you to do more.
Never give up when the going gets tough. Procrastination does not breed success. When you find it difficult, work harder.
Use triggers to increase your productivity and performance.
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It can make navigating even the most basic parts of our day exceedingly stressful and frustratingly inefficient.
It is an external strategy for keeping track of what we need to do and accomplish.
By creating and maintaining a reliable organizational system, we give ourselves the best possible chance of efficiently processing the day-to-day Have-Tos, so that we have sufficient time and energy to focus on the Want-Tos (the things that really matter to us).
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