By Robert W. Bly
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Page 35 Chapter 2 Do You Really Want to Be Productive? "Time is a precious possession and I attempt to make the most of it by not wasting it, for it is irreplaceable. " Stanley Marcus, Minding the Store (University of N. Texas Press, 1998) If you want to be superproductive, there are certain things you will have to give up. These things include the extravagant luxuries of sloth, inertia, laziness, and wasted idle time. If you are not willing to give these up, you must seriously question whether being more productive is truly a priority in your life.
I review this list several times a week, using it to make sure the daily to-do list covers all essential items that have to be done right away. 3. Long-term to-do list. This is a list of projects I want to do at some point, but are not now under contract and therefore do not have any assigned deadlines. I check this list about once a week, and usually put in a few hours each week on a few of the projects from this list that interest me most. This simple system works. Most of the techniques throughout this book are simple, yet powerful, so don't be put off by their brevity or ease of implementation.
Before long, you'll see a big improvement and will be getting more done in less time. Try it! Avoid Distractions Outside distractions can be a major time-waster, if you let them. An outside distraction is any unscheduled activity that interrupts the task you are currently working on. For instance, if you're dedicated in the morning to working on a report, and a colleague asks you to call a customer to help resolve an immediate technical problem, that's an outside distraction. The key is to physically block out disturbances as much as possible, whether by shutting your door, turning your desk away from passersby, letting your voice mail take your calls, posting a "do not disturb" sign, working at home for part of the day, or asking people to be quiet.
101 Ways to Make Every Second Count: Time Management Tips and Techniques for More Success with Less Stress by Robert W. Bly