Part Three – Create
You cannot eat every tadpole and frog in the pond, but you can eat the biggest and ugliest one, and that will be enough, at least for the time being.
– Brian Tracy
By now we’ve explored how to reconnect and understand ourselves. Before we dive into the work of clarifying, planning, and improving, we’d better figure out how to be more productive.
Key points from this section:
- Distractions are productivity killers, and need to be minimized. Multitasking is a form of distraction
- Learn your most productive periods of the day, protect them, and use them to your advantage.
- Journaling lets you download your brain, track issues and projects, and reflect on performance. This produces learning.
- Create an intentional routine that makes higher productivity a habit.