“My general attitude to life is to enjoy every minute of every day.” — Richard Branson
Productivity is one of the best games to master in this lifetime. If you can master your productivity, then you win the game of work and life.
I don’t think of productivity as getting more things done. I think of productivity as spending the right time, on the right things, with the right energy, the right way.
That’s how you create more flow experiences.
That’s how you realize your potential.
That’s how you unleash your inner artist and creative muse.
That’s how you live more, learn more, laugh more, love more.
That’s how you flourish.
There are lots of ways to play the productivity game, and strategy makes all the difference.
For example, I take a value-driven approach with Getting Results. Value is the ultimate short-cut. That’s why the backbone of the approach is The Rule of 3. The big idea is to identify 3 Wins for your day, your week, your month, your year.
I also used a vision-based approach. I practice visualization skills to create a vision for my day, a vision for my week, a vision for my month, and a vision for my year.
I also focus on energy. When you create clarity, you generate energy. By visualizing the end-in-mind or the outcomes that you are creating, you generate energy. You also generate confidence. You can feel your results.
And when it comes to work life balance, it’s less about balance and more about harmony.
By spending more time in your values, and by spending your precious life force on better things, you create meaningful results, enjoy the journey, and realize your potential.
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