How Do We Get More Done?

There is nothing like going to bed at night and feeling accomplished because you attacked your tasks and got it done. I know we would all like to increase our productivity tenfold and I would like to talk to you about how I am increasing productivity in my own life.

We all want to be more productive and if you continue reading after the video, I’ll show you:

  • Why you should adopt the Art of Scrum
  • How to plan things out so you are more productive
  • Ways to break down your to-do list to get it all done
  • A supplement that will make you focused and more productive

The Art of Scrum

Recently, I have brought key people into my organization that has taught me the Art of Scrum. If you are a business leader or an entrepreneur, I recommend that you check out the book, Scrum: The Art of Doing Twice the Work in Half the Time by Jeff Sutherland. Scrum is what we use for productivity and it works by holding yourself and your team members accountable. This allows your team to be more productive and efficient and allows you to remove any roadblocks that may be creating tension, inefficiency, and standing in the way of accomplishing your tasks. You must be able to remove roadblocks and plan ahead.

Planning Things Out

For those of you who do not plan, it is important for you to start to plan things out in order to increase your productivity. Whether you make your plans at night or in the morning, you need to plan, do it and then review. For me, I make a plan at night, I do the plan throughout the day and at the end, I review. Once complete, do a self-audit and find those little pockets of time where you perhaps weren’t very productive. Also, take a look what you were able to get done. Do the same the next day, applying what you have learned.

Breaking Things Down

While I think it is best to narrow this down and do it in small increments, such as a day at a time, this can be implemented a week at a time or a month at a time. If you get into this habit, you will increase your productivity.

As you plan, construct your day so that the first thing you do is the hardest thing you will do. By doing this, it will make everything else easier. Whether you are trying to accomplish things within your business, your personal life (such as your fitness or nutrition), or your even relationships, by doing the hardest thing first, it will help make everything else fall into place.

Take that action for one week. Plan, do, review and self-audit. In 7 days, we will reassess. Don’t tell yourself that you will “try” to do this, tell yourself you will plan, you will do, and you will review.

Thrive

Sometimes we can plans things our and break it down to make the tasks easier and smaller. This can be easier, but sometimes you still have trouble focusing on these tasks. If you’re like me, part of the issue of being productive is staying focused. I cannot, for the life of me, focus on a task long enough to get it done. That is why I take Thrive. This all-natural supplement really works in helping me focus and zone in on the task at hand. Since I’ve started taking this, I get twice the amount of work done. I’m twice as productive. If you have trouble focusing, this is one supplement you don’t want to pass up.

 

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