Productivity Tips in a Sentence

Our to-do lists keep growing, but the number of hours we have available doesn’t change!

Here are some of my favourite productivity tips in a sentence (inspired by Josh Spector).

Perfection is productivity’s enemy.
It’s much easier to do something every day than only once in a while.
A finish is more valuable than 100 starts.
Work expands to fill the time you give it.
Productivity requires opposite skills: The ability
to pay attention and ignore.
You can’t make something better until you’ve made it.
Busy is not productive.
The 100th time you do something will be more productive than the first.
You don’t have to reinvent the  wheel—you can learn from the person who did.
The most effective productivity hack is to say no.

Do you have a favourite productivity tip to add to this list?


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