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2019 is really gathering speed, but what happens when it gets too much? What if you do too much? In Scott H Young’s “6 Rules to Work Less and Get More Accomplished”, he says that:
Working less and accomplishing more isn’t easy. It requires thinking creatively to find more effective ways of doing things. But first you have to be open to the possibility that your methods aren’t as efficient as they could be.
Here are his 6 rules:
- minimize time spent in the unproductive 80%
- give yourself strict deadlines and cultivate a desire to finish projects
- working intensely for a short period of time can accomplish more than working for days, tired and distracted
- skill saves time
- the only way to combat false assumptions is to test them and follow them up with numbers
- when the extra input you invest exceeds the output gained, stop working on it
Read the full lifehack post
here. As I’m scaling up, it’s going to start getting uncomfortable fast. Managing projects, delegating and still trying to keep momentum on what’s next. Following these rules might help!
Thank you for reading,