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It's hard, but I have to learn to balance my productivity while staying engaged on #EndSARS. It's such a consuming energy.

Who else feels the same way? And what have you done to design your productivity? I'll share some things we're trying out below. #EndSWAT
1. We start by slowing down. We *try to* avoid getting on Twitter immediately we wake up. Instead, we outline the most important tasks we wish to get done. 1-3 tasks are ideal. We arrange them according to priority. Then start working on them. #EndSARS #DesigningProductivity
2. We plug times for these tasks into our calendar. Give reasonable time slots to get things done.

Then we set out chunks of time to #deepwork and get the first task done. Focus. One task at a time. Definitively finish one, take a break, then we move to the next. #EndSARS
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(1/#) Doing what matters: most of what you do in your corporate job doesn’t “move the needle.”

20% of that 10 hour day is what is driving value.

How do you figure out what matters so you can do more of it?

Once you do, your career will never be the same.

#Pareto #corporate

This isn’t a platitude. Once you figure it out, you’ll be in a better place and will notice two other issues to confront: 1) your email will back up and 2) you’ll get really tired working...

Both happen because you learn to prioritize “needle moving” almost like a game.

...good work makes you tired because once you figure it out, there is higher volume and it is more concentrated; and email must be done but it gets in the way of good work so it gets depriortized because good work feels better.

#deepwork #goodwork #corporate #careers
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Joining our @CORD_EM Mini-Fellowship on Wellness Leadership is Dr. Jennifer @Kanapicki, @StanfordEMED APD, and @aaeminfo BOD president giving a talk on "1440 minutes: Time Management Tools for the Busy Physicians"

#doctorsarehumanstoo #efficiencyinpractice #HeForShe ImageImage
Understanding time management allows us to focus on ourselves and OUR time.

When execs are asked about what they value the most? the answer is TIME.

Check out some tips from Dr. @Kanapicki:…
1. Do an inventory of your time in a day
2. If you have 2 more hours in a day. What would you do with it? (this serves as a goal on what you can do better)

- family, more time with friends, time to be outside, time to pick up a new hobby, etc.

Invest 1440 minutes well. Image
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