This week I published my book notes on the book Make Time by Jake Knapp & John Zeratsky. Here are my favourite 10 highlights from the book. You can read the entire book notes using the below link.
Doing more doesn’t help you create time for what matters; it just makes you feel even more frazzled and busy. And when you’re busy day after day, time slides by in a blur.
Repeat for a second chance. Repeat to build momentum. Repeat to create a habit. Repeat to keep the good times rolling.
Sometimes we don’t know what we’re capable of until we apply some simple tactics and an experimental mindset to our lives.
No matter how long you keep your foot on the accelerator, if the tank is empty, you aren’t going anywhere. You need to stop and refuel.
A structured day creates freedom.
Small distractions create much larger holes in our day.
Shifting your focus to something that your mind perceives as a doable, completable task will create a real increase in positive energy, direction, and motivation.
It’s easier to get into Laser mode when you adopt simple tools that are readily available. That way, when something breaks, or your battery dies, or you forget your gadget at home, you won’t miss a beat.
Your feet were made for walking—and that’s just what they should do.
It’s a cruel irony of modern life that we’re surrounded by people yet more isolated than ever.