“Time is the scarcest resource and unless it is managed nothing else can be managed”

 

~Peter Drucker
Neil Patel from NeilPatel

Neil-Patel

The best productivity tip I use in my business has to deal with emails. A lot of people spend countless hours in their inbox because they are inefficient.

To save time, don’t open up your emails unless you have time to respond. Otherwise you will end up reading the email, coming back to it later, reading it again, and then replying. By only reading emails when you have time to respond to them, you’ll save time because you won’t have to re-read the same email.
Evan Carmichael from EvanCarmichael

Evan Carmichael

Chunk your time.
Things you do many times per day do once per day (email, social media, etc).
Things you do multiple times per week do one day per week (meetings, writing, etc.) It will add hours to your week every week and literally saved my business and my sanity.
Yaro Starak from Entrepreneurs-Journey

Yaro Starak

My number one technique is really two concepts combined, the 80/20 Rule and the Theory of Constraints.

I use the 80/20 Rule to identify the tasks that deliver the big results, and deliberately ignore the rest. This is key because being productive is just as much about what tasks you choose NOT to do, as it is what you do.

The Theory Of Constraints shows me what I am missing in order to complete a task or meet a goal. Once I know the most important goals thanks to the 80/20 Rule, the TOC then tells me what is missing to make those goals happen.

This combination means I am always focused on the most important tasks that lead to completing the most important goals.

The challenge is knowing what your 80/20 goals are and what are the constraints that are stopping you from completing them. Once you figure that out, everything else is easy because you know exactly what you need to do.

Everything is decided before you even start work – it’s all about what you choose to do!

 

 

Joel Brown from Addicted2Success

Joel-Brown

Manage your energy! From the moment you wake up to the moment you rest your head, if you want to be productive and efficient with execution in any area of your life, you must learn to manage your energy. Exercise, drinking plenty of water, keeping your stress levels down and meditating. Meditation is a great way to re-balance the levels of energy in your body.

 

 

Jaime-Tardy

I think the best productivity tip is doing the RIGHT things.
Time will slip away unless you know the actions that will provide the most impact to your business.
So first you need to know your goal and what you are aiming at. Once you do, I like to differentiate between active actions and passive actions. Active actions are the ones that PUSH you outside of your comfort zone towards that goal. Passive actions are all the other things. (Like email, and social media checking!) When you focus on ACTIVE actions then you’ll hit your goal faster and easier.

And that’s the whole point of productivity! 😉

 


John Lee Dumas from Entrepreneur On Fire

John-Lee-Dumas

Schedule Once is by far the biggest time saver in my life. Being a Podcast host that interviews 8 Entrepreneurs a week, Schedule Once turns a potential scheduling nightmare into a simple email with a link, and takes care of follow up, reminders, and booking in the calendar of choice. LOVE it!

 


Chris Ducker from ChrisDucker

Chris-Ducker

I have one very simple productivity rule that I have and it works brilliantly! It’s as simple as using your calendar properly. Bottom line, everything goes on my calendar. And I do mean everything – email time, social media time, thinking time, publishing time, everything. My rule of thumb is: If it doesn’t get scheduled, it doesn’t get done!

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