Knowledge is Power!
Knowledge is power! SANDI+ employees strive to be the best in everything, and therefore devote a lot of time to self-development. We have something to share with you! One of the books that has become the source of new ideas and changes in the company is called Getting Things Done: The Art of Free-Stress Productivity by David Allen. We recommend that everyone who wants to achieve more read it. We have prepared for you an excerpt from the book with the most valuable tips. Let’s read, memorize and implement them!
1. To make the right decision, it is necessary to make only two basic steps - to determine: 1) what the result should be; 2)what exactly should be done for this. Unfortunately, this does not seem obvious to most people.
2. The key to manage everything is to manage your own actions.
3. An unfinished affair actually remains unfinished in two places: in reality, and in your head. The unfinished affairs in your head absorb the energy of your attention, because they do not give rest to your conscience.
4. Usually, people think a lot. But the trouble is that they think about problems, not about solutions to these problems
5. Action management brings benefits when you make a decision about a particular situation right away as soon as it emerges, rather than delay it until it has turned into a problem.
6. Simple and clear goals and principles are key success factors for flexible and thoughtful behavior. The complicated rules and instructions give rise to straightforward and stupid behavior.
7. Complete the projects you have begun, fulfill the obligations you undertake, keep your promises, and then your unconscious, and your consciousness will succeed that will give you a sense of completeness, significance, and integrity.
8. Once a week, review absolutely all of your plans and lists. This will give you an opportunity to feel that your consciousness is crystal clear and that all the “free ends” of the last few days are gathered, clarified and organized.