- Learn Systems to do work quickly and efficiently.
- Systems are for managing time.
- Systems help to prevent wasted energies
- The biggest time waster is looking for things that are lost.
- Systems must be used as a livestyle, not a one time thing.
- Work in blocks of time.
- Clump similar tasks together.
- Create an area where you can work without interruptions.
- Systems of delegation, aren’t so you can be lazy. You do it so you can become more effective.
Systems Help To:
- Manage time.
- Prevent wasted energies
- Multiply creativity and frees you up of trivia.
- Maximize our progress.
How Systems Maximize Life
- Decrease chaos
- Delegate your load. Pass off to others.
- Keep ball carriers close by.
- Bring people who are going to be doing the work to meetings so they understand the context.
- Delegate everything possible. Ask “Who can do this.”
- Do not waste time and energy repeating information
- Most communications problems can be solved by proximity.
- Train people how to handle problems.
- Every decision you make, make the decision and then explain why you made the decision to the other person. You will teach another how you think.
- Double your time. They make you time effective.
- Do 2 or 3 things at once whenever possible.
- Listen to learning audio in the car.
- Take projects with you on trips.
- Have work with you whenever you may have to wait.
- Work and play at the same time. (Ballgame bring legal pad)
- “How you spend your time is more important than how you spend your money. Money mistakes can be correct, time is gone forever.”
- “If you go to a meeting and you’re taking the notes, you ain’t the leader.” – John Maxwell