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20 Productivity Boosting Methods For The Positive Mind
     

20 Productivity Boosting Methods For The Positive Mind

by Rajan Patel
 
Foreword


Chapter 1:





Table Of Contents

Get Rid Of It and Setting Daily Goals


Chapter 2:
Dreaded First and Apex Cycles Of Productiveness


Chapter 3:
No Communication Times and Micro-Mileposts


Chapter 4:
Time Framing and Wake Early


Chapter

Overview

Foreword


Chapter 1:





Table Of Contents

Get Rid Of It and Setting Daily Goals


Chapter 2:
Dreaded First and Apex Cycles Of Productiveness


Chapter 3:
No Communication Times and Micro-Mileposts


Chapter 4:
Time Framing and Wake Early


Chapter 5:
Pacing and Clear The Clutter


Chapter 6:
Bust Procrastination and 60 Second Decisions


Chapter 7:
Accountability and Visualize


Chapter 8:
Reward Yourself and One Month Plan


Chapter 9:
Assign and Expand Your Interests


Chapter 10:
Hunch and Optimize


Foreword

Heuristics are conventions specified to help you solve problems.
When a issue is large or complex, and the optimal solution is
unclear, employing a heuristic lets you start making progress
towards a resolution even though you can’t envision the entire path
from your beginning point.




Suppose your goal is to drive to the store, but there’s no road to
follow. An illustration of a heuristic would be: Head directly
toward the store till you reach an obstacle you can’t cross.
Whenever you contact such an obstacle, follow it around to the right
till you’re able to head toward the store again. This isn’t the most
levelheaded or comprehensive heuristic, but in a lot of cases it will
work just fine, and you’ll finally reach the store.




Heuristics don’t ensure you’ll find the optimum solution, nor do they
broadly guarantee a resolution at all. But they do a beneficial
enough job of solving particular types of problems to be of value.
Their strength is that they break the impasse of indecision and get
you into action. As you take action you start to explore the solution
space, which heightens your understanding of the issue. As you
acquire knowledge about the issue, you can make course corrections
along the way, gradually bettering your chances of finding a
resolution. If you attempt to solve a issue you don’t initially know
how to figure out, you’ll often work out a solution as you go, one you
never could have imagined till you began moving. This is
particularly true with creative work like product development.
Often you don’t even recognize precisely what you’re attempting to
build till you begin building it.

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Product Details

BN ID:
2940013760882
Publisher:
Rajan Patel
Publication date:
01/14/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
384 KB

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