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Personal Productivity Mrr Ebook

Personal Productivity Mrr Ebook
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Cut your total hours to increase your efficiency

After seeing some results like 15 hours of total work out of 60 hours spend, most of the people will follow the obvious approach of working harder. This is not the right approach and it is approach which id decided but I failed and next day I started an opposite approach and it actually worked.

You should not work hard to get your efficiency increased instead you should cut on total hours of your work in order to increase your efficiency. This means that you will be spending fewer hours at work but your efficiency will remain same.

If it is still confusing for you then, you can think it as you will be spending 50 hours at work instead of 60 but still you will be spending 15 hours in actual work which will ultimately increase your efficiency.

Increase your total hours by monitoring your efficiency

Once you can cut your hours while maintaining your past efficiency, you need to increase total hours and increase efficiency. This strategy really helped me because as I mentioned that initially I was spending more than 60 hours at work while spending just 15 hours in actual work but now a day after 6-8 months, I have been able to spend less than 50 hours at office while working for more than 35 hours. This is incredible performance, and if you need to implement it then follows the whole above procedure.

If you have observed in this whole chapter then, you will note that I have emphasized on just one thing and that is time logging which is an important aspect of your time management.

If you can note your time precisely, then, you will be able to utilize it even more properly and precisely. This is as simple as it sounds and you should learn how to do it. It will be difficult in start but once you get going then, you will grasp everything on the way.