OUTLINE: Decide what you want and start with the end in mind!
You don’t NEED to read the whole book: Just the headlines. But the main body text might help you to develop some of the principles. My main observation now having tried this for over a year is that you have to install the habit and keep it up. Many authors will cite between 10 and 60 days for a new habit to truly take effect and that you should only pick up one new hobbit at a time. GOOD LUCK. Eat that frog, baby!!!!!
- Plans every day in advance. At night write tomorrows list. out of your head and onto the page. then relax.
- Apply the 80/20 rule to E V E R Y T H I N G
- Consider the consequences
- Prioritise all tasks so that the hardest and most valuable ones are completed first.
- Focus on key result areas
- practice the law of forced efficiency. There’s not enough time to do everything but there is always enough time to do the absolute necessary.
- Prepare thoroughly before you start. PPPPPPP
- Upgrade your skills. If you can make more in an area invest your time/effort and money into it.
- Leverage your special talents
- Identify your key constraints
- One step at a time. Thats how you eat a whale as well.
- Put pressure on yourself too crack your tasks. set deadlines
- maximise your personal powers. Work hard in your optimum time
- Motivate yourself into action.
- Practice creative procrastination – deliberately put off the low grade tasks IOT complete the bigger ones
- do the most difficult task first
- slice and dice the task. set sub goals
- create large chunks o time. divide your daily roster into bigger blocks and FOCUS
- develop a sense of urgency
- single handle every task. Don’t multitask high value jobs as its inefficient