Savagely dominate ______ as fast as mutha-bluckin possible.
- You drive your entire focus to rock the task at hand.
- You destroy 100% of distractions.
- You fully maintain your productive momentum.
Optimal You: Check
Work as Fast as Possible to Finish Everything
- brushing your teeth
- eating breakfast
- putting on your clothes
- comprehending a book
And your work stuff:
- finishing a project
- communicating your points
- responding to customer inquiries
- completing an employee manual
Working as fast as freakishly possible exploits your subconscious magic hidden inside your brain to creatively dominate task-by-task-by-task. It's like you're roaming the neighborhood taking little pumpkins, and viciously beating each with a French sourdough. Result:
- You get exponentially more done.
- You strengthen your 'mental focus muscles'.
- You free up more relaxation time! Yay!
And (AND!) You Boost Creativity
Just because you approach each task like you're a coked-up Stegosaurus on HGH doesn't mean you take quality lightly. Oh no. You tap your brain's creative subconscious side when you're trying to finish something as quickly as possible.
- The creativity in you starts shining like there's no tomorrow.
- You start producing stuff you couldn't previously imagined.
So, Say Nu-UH to Multi-Tasking
Multi-tasking exponentially slows your productivity.
- The constant switch back-and-forthers drains your optimal focus every time.
- It's as if you're re-climbing Mount Himalukigagmaodoa every single time.
- The build-up in lost productivity will ruin any good progress.
Sidebar: "How Do I Approach Big Projects?!"
You have a 6-month project.
- The wondrous prodigy in you would take five minutes to finish Version 0.00001.
- Then, that prodigy would continually refine and tinker with successive versions, building 'outward' to get those subsequent product releases.
- You constantly focus on finishing as fast as possible -- every single time.
- Pick a task.
- Dominate it as fast as humanly possible.
(Caution! Caution! Savagely dominating tasks one-by-one can take its toll if you don't recharge. So, take frequent breaks to refresh yo-self.)
Posted on February 21
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