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How to get a lot done fast or more importantly, how to get a lot of the RIGHT stuff done fast.
You see there’s no success or failure in anything, whether it’s business, health or relationships. It all comes down to one inter-related factor: CHOICE and BEHAVIOUR.
Here I’m going to reveal my BIG secret and my secrets to getting a lot of the RIGHT stuff done that produces the vast majority of my success in business.
Strangely it’s one of the most asked questions I get so here goes…
Firstly and more importantly I operate on a principal I call “10 Number Ones”. What this means is instead of trying to do a hundred things well, I isolate somewhere between 5 and 10 projects I work on simultaneously and treat all of them with the same level of urgency. There is no sequential order to the 10 Number Ones and this is important. All the rest of the hundred I summarily banish to the “Lesser Mortal” stuff. In other words it’s not worth me personally dealing with it and more often than not, not worth anybody dealing with, for that matter.
You see it’s my experience that when you visit this “Lesser Mortal” pile of stuff that would suck up your time and energy, some months later you’ll find it took care of itself and was never really worthy of your attention. How do I identify what constitutes a “10 Number One” is that in some way it will or has the potential to contribute greatly to my end result. No surprises it comes down to beginning with the end in mind. If you don’t have a clear picture of what the end looks like, it’s unlikely you’ll ever achieve it. Instead you’ll be constantly taken off course by what I refer to as the next shiny object.
In any event, here’s the rest of my list in no particular order, which may serve you also:
So there you have it. My list – which almost equates to a mini personal growth course on the subject of getting a lot done with speed and accuracy.
Plus, on a recent trip to Atlanta for Dan Kennedy’s Info Summit, I met with World Champion boxer George Foreman. He shared with the Summit his secrets to success and one of them was “Get up early!” Personally, I agree with him. In fact, I’m most often up at 5:30am and quite honestly, I get more done in the morning without the interruptions. So I also recommend following George’s advice here (and who would want to argue with a World Champion Boxer anyway!).
In any event, Movement Beats Meditation Any Day and the quicker you implement the changes the sooner your life will change.
All the best,
Committed to Elevating the Financial Wealth and Wellbeing of Society
Through Entrepreneurial Excellence and Guilty of Conspiracy to Create Capitalism
P.S. If you’ve missed any of my previous Rants, I have them all available for you to see on my website.
Simply go to www.rebelliousrant.com and enjoy!
Posted on November 30, 2009 - 08:32 PM- Updated on November 30, 2009 - 08:32 PM