26 Time Management Hacks I Wish I'd Known at 20
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  • 1. 26 Time Management I’d Known at 20 Hacks I Wish Etienne Garbugli Product Design & Marketing Consultant
  • 2. Days always fill up. 2. Only plan for 4-5 hours of real work per day. - David Heinemeier Hansson, 37 Signals “
  • 3. Work more when you’re in the zone. Relax when you’re not. 3. It's normal to have days where you just can't work and days where you'll work 12 hours straight. - Alain Paquin, Whatsnexx “
  • 4. Respect your time and make it respected. 4. Your time is $1000/hour, and you need to act accordingly. - Jason Cohen, @asmartbear “
  • 5. Stop multi-tasking. It merely kills your focus. 5. Answer emails Work on a big presentation Call clients Feel productive Answer emails Work on a big presentation Call clients Feel productive Multi-tasking like a big shot Single-treading and home at 5pm
  • 6. Set up a work routine and stick to it. Your body will adapt. 6.
  • 7. We're always more focused and productive with limited time. 7. ease Don’t quit your day job.
  • 8. Work is the best way to get working. Start with short tasks to get the ball rolling. 8. Send email to design Team Create business plan Organize home office Start here
  • 9. Work iteratively. Expectations to do things perfectly are stifling. 9. Doing is better than perfect. - Facebook company motto “
  • 10. More work hours doesn’t mean more productivity. Use constraints as opportunities. 10.
  • 11. Separate brainless and strategic tasks to become more productive. 11. Separate thinking and execution to execute faster and think better. - Sol Tanguay, Imarklab “
  • 12. Organize meetings early during the day. Time leading up to an event is often wasted. 12. Work Try to work really try... 10am 12 noon 2 pm 4 pm REALLY Important Meeting
  • 13. Group meetings and communication (email or phone) to create blocks of uninterrupted work. 13. A single meeting can blow a whole afternoon, by breaking it into two pieces each too small to do anything hard in. - Paul Graham, YCombinator “
  • 14. Keep the same context throughout the day. Switching between projects/clients is unproductive. 14.
  • 15. Work around procrastination. Procrastinate between intense sprints of work (Pomodoro). 15.
  • 16. 16. Break the unreasonable down into little reasonable chunks. A big goal is only achieved when every little thing that you do everyday, gets you closer to that goal. - Maren Kate, Escaping the 9 to 5 “
  • 17. No 2 tasks ever hold the same importance. Always prioritize. Be really careful with to-do lists... 17. Buy Milk Open foreign bank account Perform open-heart surgery Clean desk
  • 18. 18. Only ever work on the thing that will have the biggest impact. “ - Jason Cohen, @asmartbear Always know the one thing you really need to get done during the day.
  • 19. Break tasks into hour increments. Long tasks are hard to get into; feels like it all needs to get done. 19.
  • 20. 20. If something can be done 80% as well by someone else, delegate! “ - John C. Maxwell, Author Delegate and learn to make use of other people.
  • 21. 21. Yesterday’s home runs don’t win today’s games.“ - Babe Ruth, Hall of Fame Baseball player Turn the page on yesterday. Only ever think about today and tomorrow.
  • 22. Set deadlines for everything. Don't let tasks go on indefinitely. 22.
  • 23. Set end dates for intense or stressful activities. Everything ends at some point. 23.
  • 24. 24. Get a reminder app for everything. Do not trust your own brain for your memory. - Julien Smith, Author “ Always take notes.
  • 25. 25. Write down anything that distracts you- google searches, random thoughts, new ideas, whatever. The point is, if you write them down, they’ll stop bubbling up when you’re in the zone. - Steven Corona, Twitpic “
  • 26. Take breaks. Sometimes. 26.
  • 27. Learn to Build Products That Sell Etienne Garbugli @egarbugli /egarbugli Have ideas? Connect. “Lean B2B is filled with rock-solid advice for technology entrepreneurs who want a rapid-growth trajectory. Read it to increase your certainty and your success rate.” – Jill Konrath,Author of AGILE SELLING and Selling to Big Companies Lean B2B is the only book you need to get from idea to a growing business in B2B. The book contains: • Actionable advices each step of the way • Insights from over a hundred entrepreneurs • More than 20 case studies with B2B successes • Techniques to speed up product-market validation Learn More