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Assessing The Importance Of Your Tasks

Assessing The Importance Of Your Tasks

  • Some of your tasks are important but take too much of your time while having to little output (like doing groceries, cooking, cleaning...). Those tasks should all be delegated one way or another unless it's your passion.
  • Other tasks are completely useless but we still keep doing them to feel productive but doing even 100 of them won't ever equal doing 1 important task, so just get them out of your mind and time.


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3# The Rule Of Pareto (20/80)

3# The Rule Of Pareto (20/80)

As counter intuitive as it may seem, only 20% of your work generate 80% of your results.

Now, what does that mean ? Does it mean that working is useless as it doesn't yeild the expected results ? NO

It means that all tasks aren't equal and that only 20% of what you d...


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2# Multitasking Is A Myth

2# Multitasking Is A Myth

There is nothing more depleting for our brain, our focus and our will power than constant interruptions that move us from one task to another in a short period of time.

In average, it takes 25 min for the brain to enter in state of deep focus (by the way that's why techniques such as the po...


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1#The Mind Is Like A Phone Battery

1#The Mind Is Like A Phone Battery

We all have a gauge of will power that is full as we start the day and depletes itself as we go through different tasks during the day.

Sometimes our problems seem unsolvable whereas we just depleted our "mind battery 🔋" and in that situation even the smallest issues or tasks become extrem...


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"Being busy doesn't mean being productive"



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How To Reload Your Will Power ?

How To Reload Your Will Power ?

We all have specific activities in which can recharge our battery but in general things like eating healthy food and having a good-quality sleep works.

But you shouldn't restrict yourself to only that and look for as much recharging activities as you can that work on you (try music, journa...


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Now, What Can We Do About That ?

Now, What Can We Do About That ?

First things first, we should start the day with the most important task while our battery is at the fullest. Then we can move to the other tasks of the day.

However, we must keep in mind that our tasks aren't equal in importance. Subsequently, we have to establish 2 lists :

  • One...


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An idle mind is the devil workshop. Snapchat : amine-mhdboumah

3 lessons from The One Thing by Gary Keller

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Start filling your schedule with the really important tasks, and take care not to put all the time-debt activities back in. Sometimes the seemingly urgent work isn’t important, but we do it, because it is in front of us.

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