Want to get more done? I sure do.
I’ve always enjoyed a full plate. It seems that the more I have to do, the more I get done. And I love the feeling of getting things done. Managing multiple clients and businesses with its competing demands challenges me intellectually and physically. Demands that make me ponder “How am I going to do that?” are particularly appealing. So much so, that during slower times I’ll intentionally put off doing a big project until the very last minute just to create a crisis to get me moving. Then, in a panic, I’d kick into gear to get it done. Afterwards, I’d kick myself and vow to never “do it that way again.”
Over the years, I’ve made that vow hundreds of times. And each time I break it adds another layer of defeat. Am I doomed to this perpetual self-infliction or is there a better way to manage my work and be more productive?
Over the last couple of years, I set out to retrain the way I work. That led me to a lot of reading and personal experimentation. I decided to put what I learned in an ebook and make it exclusively available to subscribers to this blog—for free. 10 Strategies to Get More Done is a compilation of the three key thought triggers and seven key action triggers that I’ve found to be personally most effective in helping me improve my game. Each strategy is concise, sparing you the research and background on the reasons why they work; though you’ll find additional resources at the end to go deeper if you like.
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You’ve read my story. Have you sabotaged your productivity in any way?