On this planet, there is no person who isn’t busy. We work all day long but when we look at the result it’s almost never satisfying. So I am here to help you out.
There are two laws of productivity:
Preto’s law says: The majority of the results come from a select few efforts. Which means we get most of our results from a few works.
Parkinson’s law says: Works expands or contracts according to the time you a lot for it.
For example, if you get a whole week to write a report, it will take you a week to write. You won’t even start writing before the last day because you can be done in just one night.
So, if we combine both laws we get “Most things don’t matter and what matters most needs less time than we think”.
Here are the steps:
- Keep a journal and keep track of everything you are doing.
- Make a list of work you need to do every day which can bring you massive results.
- Give the minimum time to each work of your list in which you can complete the work.
I have shared these steps from the book ‘4-hour workweek’ by Tim Ferriss. I will recommend this book to you if you want to know more about productivity and time management.
To wrap up I wanna make you sure that if you follow these steps you’ll get the best out of your time. Yeah, don’t forget to share your result after following these easy steps.
Check the book out here