US Presidency is considered one of the hardest jobs in the world. Presidents work hard 24 hours a day. How do they do it?
They have a lot of valuable insights you can use to be more productive yourself.
Dwight Eisenhower (in office: 1953
- 1961) 34th President He managed to do a lot thanks to making sure he focused on the right thing at the right time. Have a prioritizing system Lessons learned
Use Eisenhower matrix to plan
your life Important but not urgent Decide when you will do it Urgent and important Do it immediately Not important/urgent Do it later Urgent but not important Delegate to somebody else IMPORTANT URGENT
Ronald Reagan (in office: 1981
- 1989) 40th President Reagan started his days at 9 o’clock. He clocked out at 6.30 sharp to watch television with his wife. Take time to relax Stick to your schedule Don’t be interrupted Lessons learned
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