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Five steps to increasing your productivity

Consumed => “How To Quit Multitasking For Good In Five Steps” by Holly Green on Forbes.

http://blogs.forbes.com/work-in-progress/2011/02/22/how-to-quit-multitasking-for-good-in-five-steps/

Excellent round up from Holly. Two things to add…

1) I’m soon to be a fan of making a list every morning. My hope is to shift from immediate gratification of the small and often meaningless to satisfaction based on end of day results. Being a fan of threes, I’m going to have two lists: The 3 things that must be done first, and The 3 things I’ll do next when the Top 3 are completed. I’m not sure what I’ll do if I get all six done. Quit of the day? Not likely, eh?

2) Many of our human behaviors are strongly influenced by our immediate peers and surrounding culture. For example, if one or two people in a group of friends change a habit (e.g., quit smoking, lose weight, etc.) others in the group are more likely to do so, and so on. I would suspect that this pattern can apply to work productivity. That is, this might be best tackled as a intra-office or intra-organization group effort and not as individuals.

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