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True productivity is putting the right things on your to-do list, exclusively answering emails that matter, and only taking meetings that will propel you forwards.
It’s less about “how” and more about “what”. When you’re focused on unimportant objectives, you feel painfully stuck. It’s like trudging along on a treadmill; sure, you’re running, but you’re not actually getting anywhere. On the contrary, when you’ve had a deeply productive day, you’ll know it.
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Minimize the things you dread and meetings you don't want to attend as much as possible: say “no”, delegate, and automate.
This leaves you to make room on your calendar for discussions that exhilarate you.
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