How to give yourself three hours back every day
 

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    How to give yourself three hours back every day How to give yourself three hours back every day Presentation Transcript

    • How to get three hours back every day Matt Heinz President, Heinz Marketing Inc [email_address] @heinzmarketing
    • Why Focus on Productivity?
      • Job success and satisfaction
      • Less stress in your professional & personal life!
      • Better work/life balance
      • Get the right things done
      • Quality over quantity
      • Tackle the BIG projects
    • Productivity Strategy
      • Focus and discipline
      • Constant prioritization and delegation
      • Mind like water
      • Bias for action
      • Focus on results (external impact)
    • Part One: Making Time
    • Avoid active transportation
    • Always have something to do
    • Get up earlier
    • Do important stuff first
    • Use television time
    • Use lunch time
    • Delegate
    • Learn to say no
    • Avoid and cancel meetings
    • Keep your email offline
    • Forward your phone to voicemail
    • Isolate yourself (sometimes)
    • Part Two: Using That Time
    • Daily Five & “1 of 5”
    • First 20 Minutes
    • The Binder
    • Three-tiered to-do list
    • 3x5 card at the end of the day
    • Moleskine (or similar)
    • Clean, separate desk
    • Two monitors
    • No distractions
    • Two minute rule
    • Use rules
    • Waiting For file
    • Inbox Zero
    • Read It Later
    • Google Reader
    • Take home reading folder
    • Email rules for newsletters
    • Magazines: “scan & rip”
    • Jott.com
    • Morning Coffee
    • Dropbox
    • Timesvr
    • eLance
    • Toshiba ScanSnap
    • Gist
    • Organizing ideas
    • Questions?