Three Star Leadership | Wally Bock | How to Work Smarter
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Block uninterrupted time to work for the important things, remove distractions and don't multitask.
Get used to saying no to good ideas and possibilities that distract you from the most important things and that don't serve your purpose.
... and save your brainpower for your most important things.
Use checklists, reminders, and automation to get things done without conscious effort.
And do that for other people too.
This will bring greater benefits in the long term than spending time concentrating on your weaknesses.
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