Cheat Sheet of the Results Frame

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The Results Frame is a set of categories.  It’s a lens for looking at the productivity and results space. Use this frame to organize and share your knowledge, principles, patterns, and practices for productivity and results.

  1. Action – Anything about action or execution, including to do lists, execution checklists … etc.
  2. Efficiency / Effectiveness – Figuring out the right things to do and then how to do them better.
  3. Energy Management – Anything related to your personal energy and passion.
  4. Expectations – Setting and resetting expectations for yourself and others.
  5. Focus – Where you put your attention and your energy.
  6. Goals / Objectives – What you want to accomplish.
  7. Information Management – Anything related to organizing information.
  8. Learning – Anything related to how you learn and improve.
  9. Mindset and Motivation – Anything related to inspiration or motivation and how you make meaning.
  10. Planning – Organizing and sequencing your work.
  11. Prioritizing – Figuring out what’s most important, what to focus on, and what to do next.
  12. Reference – Anything about information that’s not actionable, but is a helpful reference.
  13. Self-Awareness – Anything related to figuring out your thinking, feeling, and doing patterns or behavior.
  14. Self-Discipline – Anything related to correcting your behavior.
  15. Task Management – Organizing and managing your tasks.
  16. Time Management – Organizing and managing your time.

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