3 easy productivity tips that works

January 4, 2012 in Branding, MAGAZINE, Network Marketing Tips

    Productivity, holly cow, it can be difficult for some people to get things done.  If you constantly find yourself in this kind of predicament, don’t worry, you’re not the only one.  Today, I’m going to show you three of my secrets to having productive days all of the time.  These secrets allowed me to go to Las Vegas for three day last week, doing  all of the partying that the average 30 year old just couldn’t handle, and still getting more stuff done than someone sitting in a cubical  for 8 hours.

    First rule:

    Do the most important task first thing in the morning.  The reason to do it first is because 95% of people have the most amount of energy first thing in the morning.   What is the activity that if you get accomplished will add the greatest value to your bottom line?  Do that activity in 50-minutes increments.  You want to blitz that activity like your favorite team’s linebacker does every Sunday to the opposing team’s quarterbacks.  Maybe I shouldn’t make any football references since my team won’t be making the playoffs this year.  Any who!

    Second Rule:

    Your emotions must be checked; don’t bring any crappy feelings to your activities.  Think about how you feel when you are performing at your very best.  Don’t you feel “focused, engaged, and confident, in the zone?”  That’s the performance zone.   How you feel is how you’ll perform.  So make sure you get enough rest the night before because fatigue can mess with your emotions.  You also must remember this; your feelings are not depended on what other people do, but rather on what you do; so, it’s your responsibility.

    Third Rule:

    Humans are not created with the ability to focus on two things simultaneously; so, if you think multi-tasking is cool, “it’s not.”  If you move your attention quickly between two tasks, as a consequence, you’ll constantly overlook key steps in your activities which will lead to poor results.  Don’t let technology fool you and make you think it’s important to turn on your blackberries, I-phones and/or email alerts during your blitz sessions.  Cut those things off and focus!

    That’s my three rules, so go and try it starting tomorrow morning.  But here’s my disclaimer, these rules only work with things that you love doing.  So if you wanted to use these rules, make sure you’re doing something you’ll love.  Okay, this post took me 90 minutes of blitz time.  I can’t think anymore, I’m going to take a nap.

    Good day

    Eric A.KA.  (Eric productive)  A.K.A (Eric Get Things Done) A.K.A  Eric????” leave me your thoughts on some A.K.A’s I can adopt. LOL

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