The things we do generally fall into easily identifiable categories. Learn about how to create filters to examine your tasks.
- [Instructor] Once you've identified all of the tasks … that you need or want to add to routines, … now you need to figure out where to put those routines, … and you're going to have to filter out … some of the noise in your life … to discover where those routines can work. … In my experience, a lot of what hinges upon … how productive you are is how good you are at filtering. … Filtering allows you to isolate information, … remove friction so that you can execute effectively, … and provides the clarity you need to focus … and move forward. … Filtering routine tasks so that you can make smarter choices … around those tasks will help you craft … better and bolder routines, … and I've got a way for you to do that. … Here are the two things that you need to look at … so that you can properly filter your routine tasks. … Number one, look at your to do list. … If you use a to do list, as most people do, … then you're going to find that there are a lot of things … that don't matter on it among the things that do. …
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