How to Get More Tasks Done

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  1. Use an 'Official List of Tasks I Gotta Do' list.
  2. Post new tasks to that list.
  3. Work from that list.

When it's work-time, you see yourself completing more tasks in less time.

Why? Your bad-self removes the "think time" that destroys your momentum in completing things.

Take Roger.

Roger does this:

  1. He comes up with task.
  2. He does the task.
  3. He comes up with a new task.
  4. He does that task.
  5. He comes up with a new task.
  6. He does that task.
  7. Repeat, repeat, repeat, repeat, etc.

When he transitions from 'completing the task', to 'coming up with a new task', he destroys his momentum in completing tasks.

  1. He starts repeatedly thinking after every completed task, "Hmmmmmmmmmmm, what else do I do next?"
  2. His increasing momentum to complete things stops.
  3. He loses freakish time.

Repeatedly transitioning your mindset = exponentially-mother-freakish time wasted.

Therefore, Roger severely limits how many things he can do within a hour/day/week, etc.

One Mindset

Get in one mindset:

  1. Come up with tasks in one sitting.
  2. Complete tasks in one sitting.

When you complete a task, you'll start noticing completing the next task becomes easier (and the next one even easier, etc.).

Likewise, after you come up with a task, coming up with the additional task becomes ridiculously simpler-and-simpler-and-simpler.

Newton's Law.

List. Then do.

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Posted on September 21

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