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Get more done in less time- How to stop feeling overwhelmed | The Millionaire Dropout

Get more done in less time- How to stop feeling overwhelmed

by on November 4, 2013 in Breaking News, Self Development, Uncategorized


Is it possible to be more productive in less time? According to trader and self-made millionaire Vince Stanzione there are various ways to accomplish more tasks in the time you have. Here, he explains how:

Work out what is important

“Go through a process of elimination and work out what is important and what isn’t,” says Stanzione. “Take a typical week and break it down and work out whether the work you’re doing is productive. If, for example, you’re good at selling, you shouldn’t be sitting at your desk doing your accounts – you should be out focusing on sales.”

Break tasks into small chunks

“Some people have good intentions, but try to do lots at once and end up doing nothing. They write long daily to-do lists that can never be completed in one day and end up feeling overwhelmed. The key is to break tasks down. A good idea is to make realistic to-do lists and deal with one task at a time. Don’t look at your list until the task is finished.”

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Don’t be scared to outsource

Outsourcing, says Stanzione, doesn’t have to cost the earth. “There are people you can hire who can work from home, at relatively low rates, and do the tasks you’re not necessarily good at or you don’t like. I’m a big fan of outsourcing – it frees up time and allows you to focus your talents elsewhere.”

Eliminate distractions

“Constant distractions make tasks harder to finish. If your office is noisy, come in early or stay late when it is quieter. Email, for instance, can be a terrible distraction. So many people have an iPhone or a Blackberry, but do we really need these time-saving devices? Do we need to check our emails 20 times a day? Much of this is actually unproductive.”

Don’t put tasks off

“There are times in life when you’ll have to do something you don’t want to do – putting it off will not make the task go away. The quicker you get it done, the less time you’ll have to think about it. Do the worst jobs first and leave the best jobs until last. That way you have something to look forward to.”


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