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    Entries in efficiency (2)

    Friday
    Jul052019

    You could be working too long and hard on that thing

    You could be working too long and hard on that thing. 

    True. Shocking but true.

    Working too hard for too long can lead us to burnout. The World Health Organisation recently categorized, called out and flagged that burnout is an actual thing, not just a cliched word or simple behaviour that could be remedied if we’d only manage our time better.

    So why are we burning out? We’re working too long and too hard on things. We're often striving for some unattainable perfection, trying to make something better or neater or prettier because it’s 'not good enough' yet.

    But hello! Effort doesn’t equal reward. Well, not equally anyway.

    > Because something was hard work doesn't make it good.

    > Because it took a long time doesn't make it better.

    > Because we worked on it for hours and hours doesn't make the quality better, or necessarily reflect better on us.

    Our relationship to time, effort and our own activity is distorted. Stop burning yourself out and start trying some of the newer ways of thinking and working that involve working in increments and iterations, and allowing imperfections.

    Are you working long and hard on something at the moment that could fall into this category?

    Friday
    Jun072019

    Follow the law of forced efficiency

    The incredibly successful Brian Tracy, who authored plenty of books and inspired many to greater things in their life, certainly inspired me in the earlier days of running my business.

    I spied one of his books on the shelf of a local bookstore, I jumped at it and thought, ‘this will do; I won't have to read 100 books, I'll just read this one. It will be good enough.’ The book? ‘The 100 Absolutely Unbreakable Laws of Business Success.’ And the Law I love love love? It's # 15: The Law of Forced Efficiency.

    It reads ‘The more things you have to do in a limited period of time, the more you will be forced to work on your most important tasks.’ It's just another way of saying ‘there is never enough time to do everything, but there is always enough time to do the most important things.

    As you take on more, you'll be forced to act with ‘maximum efficiency’. He continues: ‘If you are successful, you will almost always have too much to do and too little time.’ So ask: what is the most valuable use of my time right now?

    And for you? What is the most valuable use of your time right now? I'd love to hear your thoughts.