An easy way to improve one’s ability to tackle a problem is to find the wrong answers rather than the right answers. This idea is eliminating the problems in a situation which is an indirect way of arriving at the right answer. There are five questions which can help guide one’s thinking in this approach. First, ask yourself what are you trying to improve? Next, ask what is the process by which you will arrive at the answer? Next, determine the biggest road blocks that have stymied progress. By identifying one of these issues and tacking it head on one can improve their overall process in decision making.
- The best way to improve your productivity is to sit down and ask yourself what exactly you are trying to improve.
- Think about the process on how you come up with ideas and change up your routine until you get the results you’re looking for.
- Find out the biggest causes that make you want to procrastinate and find a way to get rid of them or change them.
“Becoming more productive begins with stating what you are comparing against, logging what your current baseline of output is.”