Force-multiply your output

  • Work in time slots: Avoid successive projects without a break. Take time out to gather your thoughts, take a walk, do a session of power yoga, or grab some comfort food. Do whatever it takes to reboot the mind and body for the next climb.
  • One step at a time: Divide your work into parts and sub-parts. Take one step at a time. The feeling of a completed target is overpowering. It’s a definite mood booster and force multiplier.

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