10 Lessons from the book the productivity project

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Determine the foremost meaningful tasks in your work and life. Use the Rule of 3 on a daily and weekly basis.

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drinking caffeine is a way of borrowing energy from later on in the day.

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if you want to become more productive, managing your time should take a backseat to how you manage your energy and attention.

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Busyness is no different from laziness when it doesn’t lead you to accomplish anything.

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When someone says they “don’t have time” for something, what they’re really saying is that a task isn’t as important or attractive as whatever else they have on their plate.

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The dread of doing a task uses up more time and energy than doing the task itself.

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To be everywhere is to be nowhere. —SENECA

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ingredients of productivity—time, attention, and energy

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