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Time is relative. How we
experience time is also relative. And what we can manage in given time is completely up to us. That’s why try hard to learn do everything faster and get done more in less time. How to Approach Work?
Managing 800 Pesky Emails a
Day DELETE “SPAM” FIRST Delete all the emails that are clearly irrelevant straight away. USE FILTERS I’ve built my own set of filters, identifying urgency, responsibilities and ownership etc. PRIORITIZE I always handle the external messages first. The client goes first. SET THE RULES If someone is CC’s you in an irrelevant email, remind them not to do that. COMMUNICATION
Using Productivity Tools I use
email extensively, but it’s only one of the channels I use for communication. Plain text in general does not always convey the enthusiasm or urgency. This is why I think internal social networks and social messaging platforms are going to replace email. COMMUNICATION Wunderlist Podio Slack
How to Manage Your Social
Find 5 minutes every 2 - 3 hours to check for updates. Turn off all notifications. They just keep you from working. If you have an important announcement to make, dedicate more than 30 minutes Don’t mistake social messaging for social networking. I believe social messaging and internal social networking are key - and it will eventually replace email. SOCIAL NETWORKS
Design a Productive Meeting Agenda:
focus on the goal. Always try to give more than you take. Make sure next steps are clear. Do an immediate follow-up. I think of every meeting is a time investment. Make sure you invest it effectively. The best live by this: I had a meeting with a CEO of one of the largest advertising companies in the world and as I was writing the follow-up, he beat me to it just 46 minutes after the meeting. MEETINGS
Give your EA full access
to your email account and calendar, and allow them to send emails and other messages on your behalf. Set the rules very carefully (e.g. emails must be approved before they’re sent). Make sure your EA has your back. (If you are in a meeting, your EA has to be able to reply urgent things). Stellar EA Workflow EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT
Flying 1 000 000 km
in 5 years... ...taught me to squeeze maximum work into my schedule. This means I try to do as much work when I am away from my family as possible and leaves me more time to spend with my dear ones when I am back. BUSINESS TRAVEL
Travel Scheduling Tips Prioritize. First
take the meetings you really want and need – for those, move your schedule around. International travel time is a problem – if you live in Europe, try and make trips to East Coast, West Coast, and maybe Mexico City in one go. BUSINESS TRAVEL
Time for Creativity! Planes and
conferences work great for me. Inspirational talks do too, but they don’t give the same kick and vibe. When at home, leave the office by 6 PM at the latest. Be with your family and friends, and start working again after the kids go to bed. It will help clear your head, and more ideas will come in the 8PM+ work session. CREATIVITY
I love TV shows but
watching those would take up to much of my time. So I watched all the TV shows last year at double play speed. In the end I watched around 600 hours worth of content, saving 300 hours = 28 productive 12 hour work days. Need an Extra Month while Having Fun? CREATIVITY