The Better Decision Making Process
You make thousands of decisions each day. Many of these are simple choices that involve low stakes and low stress. Some are more challenging and require some genuine thought. A rare few require you to bring out the very best in your decision-making brains. The thread that remains consistent in all of these is that making good decisions is an essential piece of daily life.
Businesses and individuals alike have sought after ways of making the best decision possible and doing so consistently. That consistency is important. It’s what keeps you moving forward, prevents harm, and allows for a snow-ball effect of positive momentum. So let’s look at how decision making works and how you can have better decision making consistently in your daily life.
Your Best Day Planner
I was never that interested in a day planner. They felt like a lot of extra work and I had a certain laziness about the whole process. That was all until I found a better system and was able to find a daily planner that worked for me and my goals of productivity.
In this article I am going to walk you through my daily productivity planner and how it has become one of the most important productivity tools in my arsenal. I am also going to give you a free printable day planner based on the strategies we talk about.
When we talk about living your best life and getting the most out of every moment, one of the key factors is your mindset. An investment mindset is one where you focus on the future and possibilities, planning your energy and time now in relation to the future. So how do you develop a personal investment mindset?
When we talk about finding high efficiency in our work, there are two important components. One is productivity efficiency, the other allocative efficiency. These are two terms taken from the economics world that we can relate to a variety of our own work and life. Combining both forms of efficiency can boost your output and allow you to maximize your productivity.
Anyone who wants to be more productive has to have some form of organization. Each person has their own unique style and practice. Too many people have broken systems and are unable to keep themselves on track, on time, or even remember their task. Calendars are an old tool with new purpose. Here are some simple ways to optimize your calendar that will pay dividends in time saved and productivity added.
Improve Your Productivity