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Time Management - 15 Secrets Successful People Know Book Summary by Kevin Kruse

Time Management - 15 Secrets Successful People Know Book Summary by Kevin Kruse

Time Management - 15 Secrets Successful People Know Book Summary by Kevin Kruse
Time Management - 15 Secrets Successful People Know Book Summary by Kevin Kruse



Lesson one - Identify your most important tasks your most important tasks or MIT will depend on your goals and values what tasks you can do today that will bring you closer to achieving your biggest goal it's extremely important that you write this down and according to Danny Riley author of predictably irrational your time is best spent doing a task that requires high cognitive capacity in the first two hours after waking up rather than wasting time on social media lesson to touch at once many successful people take instant action on almost every task.

They encounter that takes less than 5 minutes they want to expend the least possible amount of time and mental energy processing things they use a touch at once mentality for example most people open their inbox see a bunch of new messages and immediately click each message to open a reader and lessor reply requires only a couple of words most people close a message to deal with it later but they'll have to open it and read it later anyway what a waste of time do what you have to do so you don't have to revisit the email message you can use the touch at once mentality in all areas of your life lesson 3 carry a notebook self-made millionaire Jim Ron said keeping a journal is so important I call it one of the three treasures to leave behind for next generation virgin founder Richard Branson said it may sound ridiculous but my most important item to take with me is a little notebook in my back pocket.

I think the number one thing that I take with me when I'm traveling is the notebook I could never have built the virgin group into the size it is without those few bits of paper if you have a thought by don't write it down by the next morning it may be gone forever Mark Twain Thomas Jefferson Charles Darwin George Lucas Benjamin Franklin Thomas Edison Leonardo da Vinci and John Rockefeller all had notebooks the idea of a notebook is to reduce stress by recording ideas and thoughts before you forget them and to learn more about yourself by journaling I recommend checking out five minute journal comm lesson 4 the Pareto principle as a general rule 80% of results will come from 20% of the action this is seen in many areas of life in business.

It's common that 20% of the sales reps generate 80% of total sales 20% of customers account for 80% of total profits or when reading a book if you read the first and last paragraph of each chapter as well as the first sentence of each paragraph in between you'll understand 80% of the message of the book realize that you can work less stress less and increase your happiness by figuring out the 20% of goals and activities that achieve 80% of the results lesson 5 stop making to-do lists of the many successful people that Kevin Cruise interviewed for this book he found that they don't have a to-do list but a well-kept calendar they schedule time for their tasks to-do lists don't distinguish between tasks that take a few minutes and items that take a few hours.

So most people end up doing the quick tasks first rather than the most important tasks they also cause unnecessary stress carrying around a list reminds you that you have so much to do if you've scheduled it on your calendar you won't have to worry less than six establish a morning routine you can achieve so much with a morning routine in less than 60 minutes you could drink a glass of water take a deep breath list three things you're grateful for write in your journal review and visualize your goals read ten pages of a self-improvement book exercise while listening to a podcast and have a healthy breakfast kevin o'leary Tony Robbins and Arnold Schwarzenegger all have morning routines.


Arnold's routine is simple he gets up every morning at 5:00 a.m. reads and newspapers checks his emails works up for an hour has a healthy breakfast has a shower and then goes to work he does his all before most people are even awake lesson 7 used dual monitors if you spend lots of time on your computer like me then I consider this a must you can type on your word processor while reviewing internet material on the other you won't have to constantly toggle between two windows and finally there will always be more to do this is why it's important to stop prioritizing insignificant things so you can free up time for your family and friends without feeling guilty remember to prioritize what's really important because you can always be doing more and it's easy to get lost in it.

All let's recap what we've learned identify your most important tasks touch it once carry a notebook the Pareto principle stop making to-do lists establish a morning routine use drill monitors and there will always be more to do time is the most valuable asset you have so use it wisely.

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