One of the most limiting resources I have lately is time. There are really so many great things to do which all make sense and would improve my overall goals. So naturally the questions comes up: How can I save time or how can I work faster and get more of my important stuff done?
I have to admit I am a focus-person. Even my girlfriend told me so lately. And I believe that’s a good thing. The power we have when we single-mindedly focus all of our attention on just one thing is pretty amazing. On the other hand when we split our attention on several tasks it gets increasingly more difficult to reach an outstanding result. Additionally this kind of “over productivity” raises the stress level.
When it comes to doing the important things in our life it can be mind-boggling how unproductive our behavior can become. It’s also amazing how many good reasons we can find to avoid the obvious task. We need to build awareness of why we are doing this and then find a way of breaking this unproductive habit.
Being in the flow is arguably the most perfect state to work from. It is a state where your awareness of time almost disappears and you are one with what you do. Although this perfect harmony usually feels effortless, it is the mental state where we produce our greatest results. How can we get to this state of peak performance?
Impact tasks are those tasks that have the biggest positive effect on what you want to achieve. If you complete them, they really change something for the better, they get you noticeably ahead. They have an impact. They make progress.
Success still seems to be the #1 thing people desire most. Here I will reveal the 3 keys you got to have to be successful in life. We will also look at the most important success principles, used by people like Michael Jordan or Steve Jobs, that lead to certain success when followed.
Sometimes the most sophisticated productivity system is just not working out for everybody. The reason is often that it is too complicated to use it on a daily basis. Here I thought about the most simple productivity system that still gets the job done and helps us to be more productive without stressing ourselves out.
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