Productivity Is Really About What You Don’t Do
“The best productivity tip I ever got was the idea of a “stop-doing list” from Jim Collins. In this Age of Distraction, we’re all dodging and weaving between so much incoming information that what you don’t do on a daily basis has become as important—if not more—as what you do execute on.”
Here’s an excellent article about increasing your productivity by deciding what not to do. It’s about being creative so that you can maximise your time and do your best work. Some ideas might sound crazy, like: don’t read the news in the morning (or at all). Don’t schedule meetings in the morning. Don’t work past 6pm.