We are each given a score and four hours each day - with the exception of frequent fliers who sometimes get more, and sometimes get less depending on whether they're flying East or West. It's a rare individual who has more time than they need. Most of us would willingly buy more time if such a thing were possible, but we can't... so? How do we use what we have as efficiently as possible?
Yes, this session will cover some of the more obvious solutions, but as always I hope to bring some lesser used strategies and tactics to the discussion. Some that immediately come to mind? The Virtue of Laziness, Leverage, Drastic measures, Pretend you were to die tomorrow!, a Stoic approach, some simple arithmetic and of course... some surprises.
If you have time to watch this presentation then the chances are pretty good you don't need to, but if you don't have the time for this? You really should!
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