Do You Do Extra Work?


Time is the most important thing nowadays, but it’s possible to be successful at work without spending so much time (or all your time) on it? Can we say ‘no’ to the things at work? 

All of us want to be team players in the office—the person who can be relied upon in a pinch, who's a proven doer and, can execute flawlessly. But there are times when you need to say no to extra work (in the nicest, least rude way possible), a difficult skill that the most successful people have mastered. 

Here are the tips from Fast Company to make it possible.

How Do You Manager Your Time?


Do you know the MIT strategie? It’s an online productivity community of tackling your most important thing (MIT) first thing in the morning.

My main issue with the MIT strategy is that it implicitly concedes that most of your day is out of your control. You better get that MIT done right away, it tells you, before the wave of messages, pings, posts and drop-bys drag you into a reactive frenzy. 

The more effective answer, however, is to reject the premise that your day must unfold reactively.

Someone who plans every minute of their day, and every day of their week, is going to accomplish an order of magnitude more high-value work than someone who identifies only a single daily objective.

It was concluded that:

(…) don’t settle for a workday in which only an hour or two is in your control. Fight for every last minute. Even if you don’t always win, you’ll end up better off.

What are your priorities in the morning? 

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