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Don’t check your personal e-mail during work hours
There are five boundaries you should construct: 1. Never give your personal digits to customers or coworkers. 2. Don’t give your work digits to friends. 3. Turn off the instant message and e-mail alert functions on your computer. 4. Don’t answer the phone unless you are expecting a call. 5. Avoid checking your personal e-mail during work hours.
To do this you must: 1. Answer the 100 percent question. 2. Assume a CEO mind-set. 3. Delegate tasks in increments. 4. Begin building a team.
Substitute; don’t stockpile
Go backward to go forward
There are five ways to do this: 1. Shorten your technology leash. 2. Substitute new gadgets; don’t stockpile them with existing ones. 3. Ask directions for maximizing the effectiveness of your gadgets. 4. Test your gadgets’ efficiency. 5. Go backward to go forward; don’t use new technology if an old, manual method is more efficient.
Put yourself on a strict sleeping routine.
Give at least 10 percent of every dollar you make back to others
1. Health 2. Financial fitness 3. Relationships 4. Knowledge 5. Purpose
(1) we must determine to stop wasting time on unproductive tasks, and (2) we must start investing time in productive tasks that produce the lives we desire.
If a voice deep inside is still telling you there’s something more, something better, something worth striving for and fighting for, then there is still time to do something about it.
The problem with a working strategy reliant on numbers is that it can persuade us into thinking that quantity of work is the most important factor in success.
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