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Ridiculously Efficient readers are familiar with efficiency strategies like working in spurts, leveraging Parkinson's Law and managing decision fatigue; this list of unconventional productivity strategies shares novel ideas to boost effectiveness.
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An article I read today shared a surprising strategy for making New Year's resolutions, one that also translates to productivity: non-resolutions. We're tempted to make long lists of things to change about ourselves this time of year, but in an interview with Daniel Pink, Stanford lecturer Kelly McGonigal actually advocates...
A core tenet of Ridiculously Efficient productivity is systematically hacking your workday for maximum effectiveness using what I'm calling the Track, Hack and Attack method.
Phase 1: Track
You cannot improve what you cannot measure. Track every aspect of your workday for a week -- work periods, breaks, distractions, downtime,...
Decision fatigue -- the phenomenon of making poorer decisions after long decision-making periods -- is a huge productivity pitfall. Essentially, your mental energy deteriorates after making decisions all day. Judges suffering from decision fatigue might rule against prisoners up for parole, while a shopper at the grocery checkout line might...
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