Project Management Overview
Meet Tony - Project Manager
Meet Tony, an unofficial project manager. See how Project Management Essentials helped Tony lead his team t...
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The 5 Choices to Extraordinary Productivity®
The 5 Choices to Extraordinary Productivity help individuals and organizations to better manage decisions, attention, and energy to consistently make choices that give the greatest return on time.
Choice 1: Act On The Important, Don't React To The Urgent
Develop the habit of being conscious and intentional by understanding the reactive brain and the thinking brain and discerning the important from the less important.
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Act on the Important
Choice 1: Act on the Important, Don't React to the Urgent is based on the principle of discernment, which is the use of insight and understanding in making a choice.
Choice 2: Go For Extraordinary, Don't Settle For Ordinary
Make decisions based on what success looks like in the most important roles you play.
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Go For Extraordinary
Choice 2 is based on the principle of potential, which is the latent capacity to do something great. Watch as lead author of The 5 Choices, goes into detail on how this choice impacts productivity.
Choice 3: Schedule The Big Rocks, Don't Sort Gravel
Use weekly and daily planning to block out time for the activities that you must execute with excellence to be successful in your most important roles.
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Schedule the Big Rocks
Choice 3 is based on the principle of priority wherein things with higher importance are worthy of specific attention. Watch as lead author of The 5 Choices, Kory Kogon, explains this choice.
Choice 4: Rule Your Technology, Don't Let It Rule You
Turn your technology into a productivity engine by making it work for you, not against you.
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Rule Your Technology
Choice 4 is based on the principle of alignment, which is to bring into proper relation; to support or harmonize.
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Choice 5: Fuel Your Fire, Don't Burn Out
Increase your energy so you can think clearly, make good decisions, and feel more accomplished at the end of every day.
Fuel Your Fire
Choice 5 is based on the principle of renewal, which is to restore or replenish. Watch as lead author of The 5 Choices, Kory Kogon, goes into more detail on how this choice impacts productivity.
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