The silent goal killer…
You know, it has been scientifically proven that an inability to be productive is one of the leading reasons why people fail at almost ANYTHING they are trying to accomplish.
Your ability to manage where your time is spent will determine your success or failure. Time waits for no man or woman. Indeed, it’s the only currency you can’t trade, so once it’s gone, it’s gone.
Unfortunately, we live in a world now where it’s all too easy to become distracted. How many times, for example, have you turned on the television and thought to yourself that…
…you’ll just have a quick nosey what’s on, and seven hours later, you’ve binged watched the whole series of game of thrones or whatever caught your eye.
Of course, television isn’t the only distraction you have to deal with. Add in humans to the equation, and the challenge to stay focused on areas that will ultimately benefit you is a far greater one.
That’s why staying productive is essentially time management, and to become better at time management, you have become better at life management.
For it is your life that will suffer in the long run. If you don’t take the steps now to develop a daily level of productivity that not only get things done but gets them done more efficiently and effectively, then you will essentially live your life as a “time-waster”.
A label that no one wants at any stage in their life – but particularly not towards the end of it.
That would undoubtedly lead to a worse feeling – regret. The content in this is positioned so that after you read and digest, you become a better “time user”.
By default, you create a framework to be more productive with the things that need to get done. When things need to get done within the time constraints you set for yourself, a whole new world can open up.
Don’t be surprised if you get a promotion, eat better, lose weight, have less stress and all the other benefits that come with mastering productivity.
Over the next series of emails, I am going to teach you EXACTLY how to be MORE productive so that you can accomplish all the goals that you have set out to achieve.
That being said though, this email is getting a little long. I’ll be back in the next one and we’ll get further into this subject.
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Dominus Owen Markham