Extreme Productivity is an outstanding book on making the most of what little time you have. Do you want to be extremely productive at everything you do? It will teach you how. In the book, Pozen shares tips and tricks on doubling your productivity. Whether it is reading, writing, office work, or traveling, there is something for you.
Personal productivity is the quantity and quality of your results in achieving your goals. To be productive, you have to focus on the results that you want to achieve and not on the time that is spent doing the work. …
You know exactly what you need to do. Your to-do list is ready, you’re prepared to work.
You’re full of energy.
You’re just about to start.
But something is missing. Your focus is gone, your brain drifts off.
Have you ever been there?
Being unable to concentrate sounds like daily bread to some of us and a never-heard-of to others.
When you’re unable to concentrate your thinking process isn’t clear. You can’t focus on a task and maintain attention.
So let’s break it down.
Lack of focus can lead to making big mistakes. It affects your decision-making.
Most of us can only stay focused on any task for just 8 seconds. …
How to stop procrastinating? You’ve tried every single technique found on Google and still nothing. But there IS a way and the following procrastination tips will show you just that.
I bet if you opened this article you don’t know what else to do. Will you ever find the secret, or will you keep putting things off forever?
I don’t know a single person who has overcome this problem completely. And still, I’m confident you already know what to do and how to stop procrastination.
But ironically, you procrastinate on that as well.
Today you’ll learn how to stop this vicious cycle. …
Good, old chronic procrastination.
How many times have you googled it? Although often described and analyzed, chronic procrastination still takes hostages. The deadline is looming, but you keep putting your task off.
With billions of good advice online, we still struggle.
Seriously, how could I not procrastinate?
And what’s even worse:
The more you know about it, the stronger the sense of guilt.
So you think to yourself:
“I’ve read everything that’s out there, but I still can’t do it” — and the downgrading voice echoes in your mind.
Not to mention the quality of work. …
You could be thinking of your one-year future version — or the next five minutes. By making decisions in the present, you control:
So what are we talking about? Old-fashioned long-term thinking? Or is there more into it?
You know that thinking ahead can make life A LOT easier. But our brains weren’t designed to do it.
Think of everything you want to achieve and ask: “Why am I not there yet?” The answer may have nothing to do with money, time, or luck.
You can always take more action or get more resources by telling yourself to do it. …