Many of us struggle with being more productive. Here are four steps we can all take to get better results.
Guest: Tim Stringer
“There’s only two problems in life. Either you don’t know where you’re going or you don’t know the next step.” -Tim Stringer, paraphrasing David Allen
Tim recommended Tony Schwartz's book Be Excellent At Anything*
Step 1 – Reflection
- Tim recommends journaling to separate the noise from what’s most important
- The Day One app* is an excellent resource for this
Step 2 – Accepting life as is
Step 3 – Focus on one thing
- A positive shift in one area of life will influence many other areas
- It’s a lot easier to get early wins by starting with one area first
Step 4 – Inspired action
- Work on a specific action for a 90-day period
- Think a strategize about your action like it’s already occurred
- Name projects the define the objective
- Due dates only when things are actually due
- OmniFocus for the Mac* and iPhone*
- Holistic Productivity Courses
- Holistic Productivity from The Omni Group on Vimeo.
- Try journaling for a week
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