"As great as you think you are, nobody can nail prioritization 100% of the time." Scott Belsky
An estimated $450 billion are lost annually due to people not being immersed in the task at hand.
The Four Thinking Preferences Are:
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!
- Factual, and
perseveres until all its questions are answered.
"Prove to me that this is effective?" is a question the Analytical Brain frequently asks.
Don’t stop analyzing. That is what you enjoy and what will help you come to the right decisions, but prioritize your analysis to ensure things are moving forward. Don’t get stuck in analysis paralysis.
- Determine the most difficult or complex task and get that out of the way first.
- Try not to jump to conclusions immediately. It is important to weigh all options for efficiency.
- Seek trusted resources and subject matter experts.
- Use technology to organize and keep on task.
The Maximize Productivity Painlessly Series
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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