How To Be Productive and Getting Things Done: Mastering Your Workflow - Work More Efficiently, Without Stress or Distraction - Clear your Mental Space
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Publisher: Independently Published
Published: Mar 27 2021
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Have you ever been in a situation at work where the number of things you could do, should do or have agreed to do are filling your brain to its capacity? An act of desperation you may have put some of your appointments in a calendar, some of your actions on a post-it note and some of your ideas on a notepad. Your mind can't keep track of all the things you need to do but can't do at this moment.
How To Be Productive and Getting Things Done is a manual for stress-free productivity, which helps you set up a system of lists, reminders and weekly reviews, in order to free your mind from having to remember tasks and to-dos and instead let it work at full focus on the task at hand.
By getting all things that we can't result at this moment into an external brain, we can free up mental space, be fully engaged with the current task we're doing and be fully present with the people in our lives.
It's like opening up multiple programs on our computer and allowing them to run in the background. After you open up enough of these programs, your system starts to slow down and it eventually crashes.
By capturing everything in a trusted system we can rely on. We give our brain permission to close those programs and free up. Mental processing power allowing ourselves to be fully engaged with what we're doing at this moment; so we can be fully present effective and creative.
The main lessons from How To Be Productive and Getting Things Done that relate to productivity are:
✓ Use a collection bucket to store things outside your mind and stay focused.
✓ Create a next actions list for all your projects to avoid thinking in the moment.
✓ Do a weekly review of everything, or else!
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