My friend Scott Gould posted in his blog the Top 10 Productivity Tips of internet marketing expert Ian Mcleary, and suggested for us to share with him our top three productivity tips. This video is an expansion to my response to that post.
So in short, here you have my three tips:
1. Think on paper. Any plan, decision, idea you have, put it on paper, do not try to do everything in your head.
2. Any time you have decided to go for something or you have a new idea you wish to start, do not allow to pass more that 24 hrs before you do at least one thing connected to that idea/decision. Starting is always the hardest part, so by starting right away you will create the momentum needed to get the ball rolling.
3. Before you actually do anything, you need to define and understand (a) WHAT is is that you really want, or in other words what is the result or outcome you are looking for; (b) WHY you want this; and (c) well, once you know WHAT and WHY, then you can come up with the HOW to do it, or how it is that you plan to accomplish this outcome.
Do you have any productivity tips that you would like to share?