If you’ve done any kind of reading or research into productivity, you’ve probably heard many times about the importance of saying no.
All posts tagged Prioritisation
“If you don’t prioritise your life, someone else will do it for you.” This is one of my favourite lines from Greg McKeown’s book, Essentialism (here’s my book summary).
Every day we get bombarded by emails, ideas and incoming work requests. Some of these things may be worth your time but most of it probably isn’t. The trouble is that we’re social animals and […]
A few months ago I listened to this great episode of the Focussed podcast where hosts Mike and David discuss “moving the needle”. In summary, they highlight the importance of “effectiveness” and why we shouldn’t […]
Do you ever feel overwhelmed by ideas? I do. Most of us have lists of ideas in a note somewhere, but very rarely do we act on them. Ideas hit us all the time and […]
Recently, the members in my VIP Slack group and I were on a group call. We were talking about this idea of where you lie on the “execution «» perfectionism” spectrum. In other words, do […]
The life of a digital nomad sounds great. Working and travelling simultaneously sounds awesome (and it is) but it’s not without its challenges.
In last week’s blog post about self-doubt, one of the ideas I touched on was whether you should have a ‘Someday/Maybe’ list or not. To recap, in case you missed it, my argument is that:
If you consider yourself a “productivity geek” (like me), then chances are you’ve come across the “80/20 principle” at one time or another. The 80/20 principle, also known as Pareto’s Principle, was named after the […]