Take Action on your Passion

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  • -The faintest pencil is more powerful than the strongest memory.
  • -The faintest pencil is more powerful than the strongest memory.
  • -The faintest pencil is more powerful than the strongest memory.
  • -The faintest pencil is more powerful than the strongest memory.
  • Eat that Frog- spend the rest of your day knowing you’ve done the most irritating taskNever check e-mail until 8:30 AM- email is other people’s agenda for your dayFreedom at the Airport- freedom app and airport modeBe selfish at 5am- no distraction in the morningFind your central park- find a pond, a place to be creative and rest
  • Conduct a weekly reviewSet goals and measureCapture ideaTrack emails- followupthenEstablish first prioritiesEnergy management
  • -The faintest pencil is more powerful than the strongest memory.
  • Conduct a weekly reviewSet goals and measureCapture ideaTrack emails- followupthenEstablish first priorities- mind like waterEnergy management- afternoon drag- do mundane tasks
  • Get startedLearn from your mistakesSend the email, reach out to that person- What is the worst that could happen?
  • Lark alarm clockSleep cycle appChecklist ManifestoUse social networksSet artificial deadlines- Parkinson’s law
  • -The faintest pencil is more powerful than the strongest memory.
  • -The faintest pencil is more powerful than the strongest memory.
  • Lark alarm clockSleep cycle appChecklist ManifestoUse social networksSet artificial deadlines- Parkinson’s law- set a timer
  • Take Action on your Passion

    1. 1. Today is 100% tactical.
    2. 2. Taking Action on your Passion 1. Establish a capture system 2. Eliminate distractions 3. Track projects and progress 4. Take action now 5. Maximize performance 6. Leverage technology
    3. 3. Establish a capture system 1. Always on 2. Archived 3. Accessible
    4. 4. Livescribe Echo Pen
    5. 5. Dragon Dictation App
    6. 6. Evernote
    7. 7. Eliminate distractions 1. Eat that Frog 2. Never check e-mail until 8:30 AM 3. Freedom at the Airport 4. Be selfish at 5am 5. Find your central park
    8. 8. Track projects and progress1. Conduct a weekly review2. Set goals and measure3. Track emails4. Establish first priorities5. Energy management
    9. 9. FollowUpThen – track emails
    10. 10. Track projects and progress 1. Conduct a weekly review 2. Set goals and measure 3. Track emails 4. Establish first priorities 5. Energy management
    11. 11. Take action now 1. Fail often 2. Fail better 3. Be the first to market 4. Initiate the conversation
    12. 12. Maximize performance 1. Lark alarm clock 2. Sleep cycle app 3. Checklist Manifesto 4. Use social networks 5. Set artificial deadlines
    13. 13. Lark alarm clock
    14. 14. Sleep Cycle app
    15. 15. Maximize performance 1. Lark alarm clock 2. Sleep cycle app 3. Checklist Manifesto 4. Use social networks 5. Set artificial deadlines
    16. 16. Leverage technology 1. Outsourcing 2. Crowdsourcing 3. Muse-sourcing
    17. 17. Questions? @brianjdixon brian@brianjdixon.com text: 225-505-5013
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