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The Minimum Output Level

  • We need to find a key measurement figure of the minimum output we need to churn out in a particular time, like daily, weekly or monthly, and stick to that.
  • We need to set realistic goals that give us control (and not drive us crazy) while breaking it down to daily action items that are doable without much thought.
  • We also need to enjoy the day, working on multiple projects and stress-free activities that provide rest and energy.

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Just doing enough every day, even if it is not the whole list, is the key to avoiding burnout. Being 100 percent productive does not mean working 18 hours a day without a break.

Not working, relaxing, or calling it quits is part of the process of work, after we figure out...

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