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175 Ways to Get More Done in Less Time! by David Cottrell

By David Cottrell

Are looking to get issues performed swifter so that you can accomplish extra of your long term targets? ok. we would all like that to ensue. however the query we ultimately need to ask is "How am i able to do this - get extra issues performed in much less time?This e-book is loaded with rules. Now, do not count on smoke and mirrors the following. and do not glance to magically pull a couple of additional hours in your day trip of skinny air. Nope, there isn't any magic formulation. yet, among the back and front covers of thei publication you can find one hundred seventy five fairly magnificent feedback that can assist you get issues performed swifter ... and typically better.Before you recognize it, you are again up to speed - really reaching these pursuits you could have set for your self.

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Searching for your stapler, calculator, note pad or pen is a time-waster, creating stress and frustration. Oh, by the way, throw away those dead batteries. It is a waste of time – and frustrating – to be searching for the good batteries among the dead batteries. 149 Are you a paper shuffler? If so, mark the top of the paper every time you touch it. These tick marks will remind you you’re wasting time every time you touch that paper. 150 Create an e-mail address book and distribution list for those with whom you frequently communicate.

Time is a precious gift — every second, every minute, every day — use it wisely. ” — Sonny Gann 162 Get your rest! The more rested you are, the more you can accomplish in a shorter period. If you’re tired, you’re usually slower, rework more and end up even more exhausted. Take care of yourself! 163 Become a champion at minimizing the work you take home for the weekend. Leave enough time to recharge your battery. m. m. to save time both in the line and the time that it takes to get your food. Going to lunch at noon will conservatively cost you at least 15 minutes a day…and the tip’s the same.

Avoid the temptation to tackle fun or easy tasks first just because you like shorter lists. 138 Never throw business cards into a drawer. That is a good way to frustrate yourself and waste some time trying to retrieve it. Enter the info into a database then throw out the card. 139 Frequently ask your self the #1 time management question of all time: What’s the best use of my time…RIGHT NOW? 140 Want to attack procrastination? Write down your goals twice a day. You’ll become more focused on getting the important things done.

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