We often have to play small games with our minds to get them to do what we want.
Dan Silvestre
Having a system to help you choose what to tackle next will save you time and stress.
Dan Silvestre
The key to setting better goals is to make them about action, not outcome.
Dan Silvestre
As soon as a new task arises, schedule a time to handle it. Don’t “wait till later” to deal with it.
Dan Silvestre
The Waiting For list lets you stay on top of your work, and it will make you infinitely more productive.
Dan Silvestre
We are naturally wired to think about big things and neglect the seemingly boring part.
Dan Silvestre
Researchers have shown that any habit you have (good or bad) is often associated with some type of trigger or cue.
Dan Silvestre
Studies show that you can trick your brain into increasing dopamine levels by setting and achieving micro-goals.
Dan Silvestre
Most of the time, questions and invitations result in a large time sink, time that you will never get back.
Dan Silvestre
Trying to do more than one thing at the same time is killing your productivity.
Dan Silvestre
More and more, we’re finding it easy to get engaged with activities that feel like work, but aren’t.
Dan Silvestre
Unproductive days occur because of a number of varied reasons and if not handle can spiral into unproductive weeks.
Dan Silvestre