The Influential Executive
The ultimate guide to growing your impact.
The 7 building blocks of hyperproductivity
How you implement is how you succeed. When you realize this, you understand the power of being hyperproductive.
Being productive is challenging because we live in a world of overwhelm. Information is coming at us from everywhere: social media, advertisements, instant messages, apps, phone calls, partners, colleagues… There are always more things to do than we have time for.
So this is the question that almost every professional in the 21-century faces:
Do I push and run frantically to squeeze in as much work as possible on each day,
OR… do I calmly and consciously decide how to invest my time and energy, so that I optimize my outcomes?
(This may sound like an easy choice, but many people need to burn out first before they even realize that the second option exists.)
To optimize your results,
1. a complete overview of your ideas and commitments
2. something to remind you of your true priorities, so you can consciously choose what to do first and what to say no to
Every person has to face it sooner or
First, let’s look at some of the limitations of the miraculous device called the human brain. For example, think about the following: when you give your order for food, drink, side dish and
“Your mind is for having ideas, not holding them.” (David Allen)
Your brain functions much like the working memory (RAM) in your laptop. Ever notice how your computer starts slowing down when you have a lot of windows open? It’s the same with our brains. The fewer windows we have open, the better it works.
It is for this reason that every person needs the habit of capturing and storing information outside of their brain. When you make a habit of writing down everything you want to remember, you empty your head. You create peace of mind and space for creativity and breakthrough ideas. This simple notion is at the foundation of our Earn More Work Less System, the most complete self-mastery system that fosters flow and
Managing your information may seem challenging at first, but in
A roadmap with your vision, goals
- A roadmap with your vision, goals
- A notebook for ideas and new information
- Standardized lists such as a to-do list and checklists
- A recurring activity plan
- Project plans
- An agenda
- An information archive
Now slowly go through the list again to understand how these categories are connected. Together they form the perfect
Grocery list? Yes, that is a checklist…
Every Sunday evening dinner at your parents? Nice operational plan…
Notes on your refrigerator with
To-Do’sfor your next vacation trip? Your project plan…
Storing your files and photos in
How you invest your time defines what you’ll achieve, so when you’re ready to invest in a productive future… we are here to support your mission. We invite you to invest 30 minutes of your time in a free coaching call. Together we’ll make a plan for increasing your productivity and that of your employees in a way that is right for you and your unique situation
Lenka and Alexander