Wednesday, July 11, 2018

How to x100 Your Productivity Taught by Robin Sharma

Robin Sharma, the best-selling author of the Monk Who Sold His Ferrari shows us a method to x100 our productivity in his other publication, Leader Who Had No Title. In today’s world, focus is actually more valuable than intelligence. Most of us spend our days addicted and distracted to social feeds, video games and our surrounding environment. But there is another 5% who are not easily distracted to such diversion, and they are actually doing real work that matters.

Here are 4 simple rules to eliminate distractions from your life:

1. The 90/90/1 Rule

For the next 90 days, spend the first 90 minutes of your workday to focus on 1 what you want to achieve and work on it. By doing so, you are able to brew more opportunities that will boost your goal.

2. Tight Bubbles of Total Focus (TBTF)

As such we have said that most of us constantly inviting distractions in our life. Go on device-free or social media detox. Create this “Menlo lab” where you are distraction-free. This is why people who go for retreats to rejuvenate their thoughts and mind in order to focus on the things that matter most. 

3. Choose Your Peer Group

There is a saying that birds of the same feather flocks together. We will behave like the people we spend the most time with. Surround yourself with the type of person you want to become. Then you will start to adapt their attitude and mindset.

4. Grow Your Passion into Expertise

Focus on your passion and be known in the art that you do. From the many things you want to do, sieve the most important tasks that support your passion. By eliminating that attention that doesn't serve your passion, you are adopting the learned minimalism method. For instance, David Copperfield has spent his entire life mastering magic performance. That is the level of dedication required in order to create exponential productivity.

"An addiction to distraction is the end of your creative production - Robin Sharma"


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