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and more productive. First thing is clarity - you have to be clear of the things - whether those are goals or problems in life.
Basic principle stays the same: clearly identify situation. Write down. As Brian says, only 3 percent of the people are writing down
their goals - and those are the richest people in the world. Very important thing is also to have a life's goals - a mission. Some global goal to accomplish. If there is one (or more), then it is much easier to follow everyday's goals. Simply just ask question:
'Is the task that I am working on right now in order with my mission or my life's goals?' Do something every day that moves you closer to your
goals. And always focus at one thing at a time - golden rule of productivity.
Aristotle said, “We are what we repeatedly do.”
Developing new habits is hard only at beginning. Once they became habits,
All in all very good book. Short and clear. I've also read 'Eat that frog'
from the same author. If you want longer explanations of some concepts
in this book (for example Vilredo Pareto's 80/20 principle), go ahead and get it.
For me, one of the best books of working focused, concentrated and improving productivity is definitely Staffan Noteberg's Pomodoro Technique Illustrated.
Bull's eye - warmly recommended.
I stumbled upon this at the local Barnes and Noble and was excited that he has written a new book.
This book contains the essential steps anyone can take to strive for excellence and succeed in life.
The book is exactly long enough at 116 pages -- but you'll want more because it is such great reading.
This is wisdom distilled down to its very essence. If you have no plan and you have no focus, pick up the book and read a page.
As soon as you do you'll find you can't put it down. All the while you'll be gaining great insight about the essential things that will help you be happier and more succesful.
I've been a software developer for over 20 years and so when I opened this book and read the page that said,
"You will only be really successful and happy when you become excellent at something" I knew exactly what he meant.
You don't have to be perfect, you just have to strive for excellence. You won't always succeed at the tasks you take up, but you will succeed at learning, growing and getting better at whatever you truly focus on.
This is a great little book. It is filled with great insight, but it is also filled with actual activity that you can take to grow your life.
Read it and you'll love it. This little book could be the new beginning you are looking for. Pick it up and enjoy.
Even if you've read a lot of other books similar to this one as I have, I know you'll find a lot to reset your focus on. Great book.
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