This Weeks Challenge
This week I challenge you to shift your perspective from managing your time to managing your energy and quality of thinking.
Focus on doing the right things in the right way.
Two Empowering Questions
How can I prioritize the quality of my thinking over the quantity of my actions?
How can I better manage my energy, mind, and time to optimize productivity?
Three Actionable Steps
Identify your most energized and focused hours of the day. Schedule your most important (not urgent) tasks during these periods.
Practice mind management by organizing your thoughts, cultivating mental clarity, and aligning your mindset with your long-term goals.
Prioritize effective time management by saying no to the clutter and distractions and schedule time for quality thinking.
Pick ONE Thing You Want To Change This Week
WRITE-PLAN-INCORPORATE that specific thing you are going to improve this week, for which you will hold yourself accountable.
Let me know your thoughts, the difficulties you’re facing, and how you’re progressing.
Wishing you a week filled with purpose and fulfillment!
– Carlos Vettorazzi
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“Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less” by Greg McKeown
This book explores the concept of essentialism, which is about focusing on the few things that really matter and eliminating the non-essentials. It provides insights and strategies for prioritising your time and energy on what really matters, leading to greater productivity and fulfilment.
“The 4-Hour Workweek: Escape 9-5, Live Anywhere, and Join the New Rich” by Timothy Ferriss
This book challenges traditional notions of work and productivity by advocating a lifestyle design that emphasises efficiency and output. It offers practical tips and strategies for automating tasks, outsourcing work and maximising productivity while minimising time spent working.
“Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity” by David Allen
This book presents a comprehensive system for organising and managing tasks and projects. It provides practical techniques for recording and clarifying your commitments, organising information and making effective decisions, resulting in increased productivity and reduced stress.