Getting more things done in a day is something that most business owners and high-performing employees strive to achieve regularly.
But it’s also something that a lot of people can overcomplicate.
I’ve tried just about every “productivity tip” there is… from reading “Getting Things Done” by David Allen, to habitually applying pearls of wisdom from James Clear’s blog that create a more productive workflow.
For me, I have found that there are really only three things that make a significant difference to day-to-day productivity levels.
I briefly discuss each of these three productivity tips in the video below, but here’s the short form of each:
- Being able to say “no”
- Setting clear and accurate goals
- Having a digital system to store everything