- You rid 10 same spam emails daily.
- It takes two minutes.
- "it's no big deal!" you tell yourself.
That seemingly trivial task destroys you long-term.
- You lose two minutes daily.
- 1 week? That's a quarter of an hour wasted.
- That means you lose ~12 hours per year (1.5 days of work your boot-tay could've saved helping your clients rock the mother $&@%# wooooorld).
We get so caught up in finding some magic pill to increase our productivity that we don't do what really matters:
- Focusing on the little things.
- Making small improvements to save time.
- Repeating the two above eternally.
What's sucking up your daily schedule?
The two step process:
- Identifythe daily fat.
- Cut the fat.
You start saving ridiculous amounts of time by focusing on the little improvements, that over the long-term gives you BIGTIMESAVEDWIN!!!!!
- 2 minutes saved daily? 12 hours/year
- 10 minutes? 60 hours
- 30 minutes? 180 hours (1 month of work)
- 1 hour? 360 hours (2 months)
- Etc. Etc. Etc.
Little-by-little with continuous improvement on the little things, you start cutting fats all over the place, saving months/days/years to be even more productive.
- Unsubscribe SUCK stuff from inbox.
- Say NO! to browsing websites aimlessly.
- Do meetings through email.
- Avoid rush hour.
- Delegate payroll.
- Exercise (and/or eat better) to help you work SUPERFAST, saving you even more time.
- The yaddas.
- Today: 'I will save 2 daily minutes.'
- Tomorrow: 'I will save 5 daily minutes.'
- End of the week: 'I will save 10 daily minutes.'
The little things.
Posted on December 02
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