Energy Vs Time - Deepstash
Business Writing

Learn more about career with this collection

How to write clearly and concisely

How to use proper grammar and punctuation

How to structure a business document

Business Writing

Discover 62 similar ideas in

It takes just

8 mins to read

Energy Vs Time

Time management is less important than energy management. Spend your best energy on your most important work, and everything else will follow.

The key isn’t to have some huge long term plan but to rather know the next vital few things you need to do to hit the goal you want to accomplish.


2.85K reads


Fixing A Deadline

When you fix your time, you’ll have more energy and sprint better. With an end in sight, we can push ourselves, when work is endless it becomes much harder to put in our best effort.


1.78K reads

The Three Mindsets

Three mindsets to make your life better:

  1. Abundance mindset
  2. Positive mindset
  3. Growth mindset
  • Self-discipline is a muscle that gets stronger the more you use it.
  • Focus on efforts, not outcomes.


1.61K reads

What Drives You

Know what you care about most, your “hot spots” in personal life and work life. Prioritize those over everything else, see how your time fits into those hot spots.

If you don’t set maximums and minimums on how you apply time to different areas, someone will for you. Put a maximum on career,...


1.97K reads

An Agile Life

An Agile Life

An agile life is one that can easily respond to change. Where you’re not overly constrained by rigid planning, but can rather adapt and get things done in a way that fits your goals and the constant randomness of life.

  • Don’t set static rigid goals, keep testing and adjusting as you g...


3.46K reads

Productivity Pitfalls

The Top five productivity pitfalls are:

  1. Analysis paralysis
  2. Do it when you feel like it
  3. Don’t know the work to be done
  4. Lack of boundaries
  5. Perfectionism

If you have motivation without technique, you’re just a motivated idiot. If you hav...


1.69K reads

A Day’s Work

  • Don’t base your day on what you didn’t get done in the past. Base it on what you want to accomplish now, what will have the biggest impact now.
  • Set a weekly reflection for what went well, what didn’t, what you got done, what you want to do in the future.
  • Taking action is the ...


2.36K reads

Rule Of 3

Focus on 3 goals for the day, week, month, year. Make them feed up from one to the next, and work them down when setting new ones. So the day goals fit the week goals, etc. Adjust as necessary.

Carve out a chunk of your life force for making improvements and leading the life you want to liv...


1.77K reads

Tips For An Agile Life

  • Do the worst things first. Sometimes they’re the most important, and then you won’t dread them all day.
  • Find your “power hours” and focus on getting more of them in your day (see Deep Work).
  • Create a shutdown routine for the end of your day to help yourself unwind and get out...


1.6K reads




I love spicy foods and going to the gym.

Related collections

More like this

Energy Is More Important Than Time

  • Most of us spend our whole day working, leaving us with less energy for other important areas of life.
  • In the Six Spokes Theory, the work spoke is just as important as your love spoke or your play spoke, and everything matters.
  • One has to spend the

19. Being Unmotivated

Time management tips:

The Kaizen method and its benefit

The main benefit of this method is that you are less prone to give up on your ambitions, as you have to take small steps towards your goal, rather than trying to accomplish everything at once.

Enjoy the change while living it, as this is also an important part of the proc...

Read & Learn

20x Faster





Access to 200,000+ ideas

Access to the mobile app

Unlimited idea saving & library

Unlimited history

Unlimited listening to ideas

Downloading & offline access

Personalized recommendations

Supercharge your mind with one idea per day

Enter your email and spend 1 minute every day to learn something new.


I agree to receive email updates