As you can see from the archives, I didn’t publish a post here in the first two weeks of July. The reason is that I went to Japan with my family. It was the first time I go there. It’s exciting to observe and experience a new culture!
Do you want to be productive? What about achieving peak productivity? The fact is, there is a difference between being merely productive and having peak productivity. If you have peak productivity, your output will increase multiple folds. You will be able to finish things in a much shorter time than normal.
I recently asked the readers about their best time-saving tips. I was glad to get many great answers. Now, I’d like to contribute my own thoughts on it. Along with the readers’ answers, I believe these can help you live a more effective life. Without further ado, here are five essential ways to save time.
We all have questions that require answers. We all have problems that require solutions. But how can we find the answers and solutions we need? I believe that there is an effective way to do that. It might not be what you expect, though. It’s not about finding a better answer to your current question. Instead, it’s about finding a new question. What you should do is this:
Have you ever experienced not getting things done? Days or even weeks may have passed, but you accomplish just a little. This is especially true when there is no deadline. For instance, let’s say you want to write a novel as your personal project. Since there is no pressure from the outside, you might make very little progress over time.