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Three questions for maximum productivity

Three questions for maximum productivity

1.what are my highest value activities?

2. What can I and only I do, that if done well, will make a real difference?

3. What is the most valuable use of my time right now?

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Before starting anything you should always ask yourself, "What are the potential consequences of doing or not doing this task?"

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Successful people have a clear future orientation they think 5,10 and 20 years out into the future.

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There is never enough time to do everything, but there is always enough time to do the most important thing.

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Successful people are those who are willing to delay gratification and make sacrifices in the short term so that they can enjoy far greater rewards in the long term.

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Consider the consequences

Every great man have become great, every successful man has succeeded, in proportion as he has confined his powers to one particular channel.

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The things that matter most must never be at the mercy of the things that matter least.

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Only engage and the mind grows heated begin it and the work will be completed. 

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Deadlines lines are an excuse

Under the pressure of deadlines, often self created through Procrastination, People suffer greater stress, make mistakes and have to redo more task than under any other conditions.

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Work is the only way to achieve things. Thinking about achieving your goals will not do anything real for you. So make good use of your time. Know how to get the most results in the least amount of time. That’s the ultimate aim of productivity skills.

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