Wednesday, 28 April 2010

List Everything

Frank Tibolt, suggested this in his book, The Touch of Greatness as a tool to achieve not one but two purposes; to get things done and as a thought provoker.


An advice I should have heard earlier in my life.

After I started doing list on how to do my job to the best of my ability, I found I am more focused. Problems seems so much easier to solve.  I am more at peace with some of the more irritable colleagues of mine. This is the list I used.

  1. How can I improve some part of my job
  2. Does it have to be done this way?
  3. How can I increase production?
  4. How can I save time?
  5. What Ideas from other field can I use profitably here?
  6. How can I express initiative, the biggest achievement factor?

This helped, try using it.

After experiencing its benefits, you might want to start having list for everything that matters in your life.

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