The 5 Types of Work That Fill Your Day. Hacking work is all the rage these days, along with tips for managing email, taking notes, and running meetings.
But, at a higher level, what can we learn from analyzing the different types of work we do and how we allocate our time? First, let’s take a look at the five kinds of work we do every day: 1. Reactionary Work In the modern age, most of our day is consumed by Reactionary Work, during which we are focused only on responding to messages and requests – emails, text messages, Facebook messages, tweets, voicemails, and the list goes on. 2. At other times, you need to plan how you will do your work. 3. Of course, there are many motions we go through every day that are neither reactionary nor strategic. 4. Insecurity Work includes the stuff we do out of our own insecurities – obsessively looking at certain statistics related to your company, or repeatedly checking what people are saying about you or your product online, etc. 5. All work is not created equal. –What’s Your Take? Mind Over Body. Ask anyone who has been struggling to achieve a healthy weight and lifestyle.
They’ll tell you that it's not an easy thing to do, mainly because there is a huge difference between knowing what to do and actually doing it. There is no magic pill, no secret technique or approach that can solve this problem for you. It will take time, hard work and persistence to get yourself where you want to be. But there are several things you can do (and think) that can make all that hard work a little easier and greatly improve your chances of success. SparkPeople's Mind Over Body plan is designed to give you the tools you need to identify, work through, and overcome the most common emotional and mental (attitude) problems that people face when they set out to change their lifestyles. Mind Over Body is a 10-step plan. Inadequate problem-solving skills unrealistic expectations toxic guilt & negative self-talk emotional eating lack of intrinsic motivation. SuperBetter. The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss.
This post is about the third book in the Tim Ferriss Book Club, which is limited to books that have dramatically impacted my life.
Enjoy! “I strongly recommend [The Art of Learning] for anyone who lives in a world of competition, whether it’s sports or business or anywhere else.” - Mark Messier, 6-Time Stanley Cup Champion “[This book] is a testimonial to the timeless principle of ‘do less and accomplish more.’ Highly recommended.” - Deepak Chopra “Josh provides tools that allow all of us to improve ourselves every day.” - Cal Ripken, Jr., Baseball Hall of Fame Inductee How do the best performers in the world become the best in the world? The newest book in the Tim Ferriss Book Club provides the answers and blueprint: The Art of Learning: An Inner Journey to Optimal Performance by Joshua Waitzkin, the subject of Searching for Bobby Fischer. Want to dominate sports? Want to up your game, no matter the game? The Audible version of the audiobook can be found here. Learning chess in reverse?
Gestion du temps et organisation personnelle : sélection d'articles. D’aucuns diront que le temps est un concept… Ceci est plus que probable !
Toutefois, dans nos contrées, il faut bien faire avec... eBook. Blog du Personal Branding.