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High Performance Habits

Published on 5/13/2019
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The fundamentals of becoming more productive are setting goals and maintaining energy and focus.  No goals, no focus, no energy - and you are dead in the water.

Productivity starts with goals.  When you have clear and challenging goals, you tend to be more focused and engaged, which leads to a greater sense of flow and enjoyment in what you're doing.  Greater enjoyment gives you that intrinsic motivation that has been correlated with greater productivity in both quantity and quality of output.  The same goes for teams.  Groups that have clear challenging goals almost always outperform those without explicit goals.  Research consistently shows that group goals inspire people to work more quickly and for longer periods, pay more attention to the tasks that matter, become less distracted, and increase their overall effort.

Energy is another huge factor in determining productivity.  Almost everything you do to take good care of yourself matters in increasing your high performance.  Good sleep, nutrition, and exercise are huge enhancers of productivity.

If you're going to be productive, you've got to maintain focus.  Information overwhelm, distractions, and interruptions cause dire consequences in both our health and our productivity.  Information overload causes demoralization and lower work quality.  Dealing with an endless stream of inputs, or having to spend a large chunk of our day poring over data or searching for it makes us miserable.  That's why we have the term "analysis paralysis"-we're paralyzed by too much data and too much time spent gathering and analyzing that data.  This is just one reason why you should never check your email first thing in the morning.

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