Productivity: An Emergenetics Guide to Maximize Productivity
An estimated $450 billion are lost annually due to people not being immersed in the task at hand.
Structural Thinking (represented by the color green) is:
- Predictable and
This type of thinking combines sequential thought with the love of practical applications. The structural part of the brain excels in
drawing comparisons, looking for connections, and creating order out of chaos.
So what is a person to do? Here’s our top tips for maximizing your time based on your own thinking and
behaving preferences. Enjoy the series!
Don’t overschedule yourself! Always leave buffer time. Things will inevitably pop up and you'll need to be able to respond without compromising other planned activities
Additional Productivity Tips
- Prioritize your to-do list. Don’t focus too much on items that add little value to the project.
- Build a backwards calendar starting with the deadline to make sure your tasks will all be accomplished in time.
- Be tolerant of “Free Thinking” and pauses / gaps in the process for creative and analytical sake
- Don’t feel silly about the giddy feeling you get when you check off a box!
"What needs to happen first? What should happen next?" are common questions for the Structural Thinker
Productivity: An Emergenetics Guide to Maximize Productivity (1)
Maximize Productivity Painlessly: Productivity Tips for the Structural Thinker (2)
Maximize Productivity Painlessly: Productivity Tips for the Social Thinker (3)
Maximize Productivity Painlessly: Productivity Tips for the Conceptual Thinker (4)
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