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Elon Musk’s Productivity Tips

Elon Musk’s Productivity Tips

  • By delegating whenever possible and surrounding himself with a dedicated team of engineers, Musk frees up his time for the projects for which he is most competent and passionate.
  • Musk also focuses on activities that make money and generate revenue for his brand; this is a simplified approach among successful business owners.

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  • Write down your top goals, both long and short-term things.
  • Focus on the top five goals and then deliberately ignore the rest. The remaining 20 items will end up distracting you from accomplishing the things you most want to do.

  • Focus on what matters most and get rid of the rest.
  • Hire great talent then delegate tasks to free up your time.
  • Get more experiences and broaden your scope.
  • Reassess daily and make changes when you need to.
  • Start with a list of t...

  • Work hard and make no excuses for doing less than your best.
  • Sometimes change must happen to move forward.
  • Believe in your dreams and goals and stay focused.
  • Hire the best talent you can and fully support them.
  • Cut down on paper – u...

  • Identify those things that are causing you the most stress.
  • Make a list of the top 3-5 items to work on in a day and decide which ones are truly worthy of time.
  • Work when you are most useful to boost productivity.
  • Being busy doesn’t mean you ar...

  • Wake up early and eat a nutritious breakfast;
  • Focus on your goals;
  • Rise above and overcome adversity – even if it seems impossible;
  • Follow your passion and channel your energy into success;
  • Practice stillness. Oprah spends 20...

  • Clarity about his purpose and position helps Jeff Bezos get things done. 
  • Recognizing meetings are prospective time-wasters, Bezos steers clear of meetings that are not needed.
  • He uses the “Two Pizza Rule,” never inviting more people to a meeting that cou...

  • Work hard – but also strive to have a life, too.
  • Create a network – and then leverage it.
  • Be as efficient as possible.
  • Don’t be afraid to go old school if you prefer paper lists and reminders.

  • Make decisions that matter.
  • Zuckerberg wears almost the same thing every day, so he never has to spend brain time wondering what to wear each day.
  • Set annual goals. It is easy to get bogged down in the day to day details and lose focus if you only have sh...

  • Be involved in the daily management of your brand without micromanaging your team.
  • Ask for help to shorten the learning curve when you start something new.
  • If f you have an idea, you don’t have to be a pro at designing a product or marketing - you can ...

  • Focus first on the tasks that earn you more money.
  • Dump the electronic interruptions, or severely limit them so you can focus on selling.
  • Ignore email in the morning, checking it will merely distract you from your goals. 
  • Make a prioritized lis...

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