I love this article. It reminds us that we are human being and that productivity is not just an intellectual and work productivity thing. It is always who we are and how we decide to react to things, events, challenges, others, that influence our productivity and our success.
I wish I could apply all of these everyday.
I think the number 1 is for me: Mediate. To slow down. My mind is always busy and because of that I like to be busy at work, but at some point, it is not that good. And it doesn’t always bring the best out of us.
I also think it is important to change our thoughts and not always think about work problem. Sports and Music are good for me to liberate my minds from endless thoughts.
And you, what’s your things?
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I’ve always been someone driven to excel and make the most out of this wild ride called life.
So when I read Tim Ferriss’ book The 4-Hour Workweek, a new world of possibilities opened up to me. After discovering his personal productivity tips, I knew the way I worked was never going to be the same.
Over the ensuing 18 months I diligently applied Ferriss’ strategies, from utilizing Parkinson’s Law to following the 80/20 Principle, to eliminating distractions and batching tasks. And I saw solid results.
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Michel Dion, PMP, CPA
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