How do we eliminate these top 3 distractions? The top 3 ways to eliminate distractions are:
1. Visual Boundaries.
2. Putting Thoughts to paper.
3. Remove tech distractions.
We live in a world that is complicated and complex. It seems like everything that we think or do has multiple layers and decisions are incredibly hard to make because of the multiple implications and complexities involved. However, is there a way to simplify? Are we complicating things just because we can or is itContinue reading “3 Steps to Simplification”
Productivity is getting as much as possible done within the confines of limited resources, name time. Impact on the other hand is about the work that produces results that are exponential or invaluable or precious that without your involvement would not bring the same significance. Impact is a result of consistent, intentional and discipline approach to a long-term outcome. To last the long-term journey, you will need to prioritise and to be determined to stay the course by being productive in the everyday in the things that leads to the impact that you want.
Remember, it’s not the number of things that you are able to get through the day, but rather, it is getting the most impactful things completed in the most productive manner.
We hear this word productive or productivity often. In fact, it is a great buzz word to use especially in the work place. After all, we all want to be able to achieve and accomplish more than the number of hours that is in a day. There is a never-ending list of things to do, projects to deliver, campaigns to manage and new products and innovations to create. It is the illusion that the more that we can do, the more productive or special I am or would be. One of the critical success factors of having a balance and productive life is to acknowledge that there inherently 3 key limitations of productivity and they are:
1. Productivity is NOT the end goal.
2. You are THE productivity limitation.
3. Productivity is only as good as the consistency and enjoyment that it brings you.
The common elements of the top 3 evening routines are:
1. Down Time. Time to set aside the day. Take a break or lay down what have you been doing throughout the day.
2. Renew and Recharge. Activities that are able to renew any or all 4 energy buckets. Activities that you enjoy and that you are able to sustain or do consistently.
3. Journal and Plan. Time to reflect, assess and literally write down your concerns, worries, to-do list, and identify what you are grateful and thankful for.