Focusing with the Order of Offloading


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Focusing with the Order of Offloading

Your success at work depends in large part on your ability to be selective with your activities. Think of your success like a hot air balloon. Every activity that you perform, whether it's valuable or not, is one more sandbag, one more piece of weight to the balloon. If you have your workday balloon loaded up with 15 or 20 different kinds of activities, you're going to find it very hard to get off the ground. If we can get your workday down to just four or five different activities, two of those being your most valuable activities, then you're going to find it much easier to succeed and increase your value per hour.

But how can we trim these activities down, especially if you work for someone else and it's expected that you perform these activities? First, let's look at what not to do. Most people when trying to get rid of activities follow what I call the order of abdication. Abdication means to get rid of things, to give them away and hope that they never come back aga...

Focusing with the Order of Offloading
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