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- Name one useful tip concerning low-value activities.
- Explain how to avoid the crowd mindset.
- Recall how a gathering point is used to handle interruptive ideas.
- List three tips that can help you prepare for unexpected setbacks.
- Identify techniques used to deal with negative experiences.
Skill Level Beginner
- It's easy to think of productivity in terms of the tools or techniques that you use in your day. However, being productive is just as much about the mindset that you bring to your workday. Hi, I'm Dave Crenshaw. And in this course, we'll take a look at a variety of perspectives that will help you be more productive. In training people in organizations of every size, from Fortune 500 companies to freelancers, I've collected a handful of mindsets that naturally improve a person's productivity. You can think of these as lenses or glasses that you might put on to view what's happening in your day. That change in how you view your work makes all the difference in the world. We'll discuss why some people seem to have an abundance of time, while others are always falling behind. We'll explore counter intuitive concepts that can save you considerable amounts of time. I'll also show you how to take notes more productively, be prepared for the unexpected, and add more meaning to your workday. Our goal is not to change your mind about how productivity works, but rather, expand the perspective you already have, and in doing so, uncover extra time. Let's begin.