Summary of Procrastinate on Purpose
5 Permissions to Multiply Your Time
From PROCRASTINATE ON PURPOSE by Rory Vaden. Summarized by arrangement with Perigee, an imprint of Penguin Publishing Group, a division of Penguin Random House
“Multiply your time by spending time on things today that will give you more time tomorrow.”
“Everything you know about time management is wrong,” says consultant Rory Vaden in this “prequel” to his bestseller, Take the Stairs. People who are successful time “Multipliers” think differently about time management. Most people try to spend their 168 hours per week efficiently, but can only juggle so much so fast. Multipliers invest in themselves. They create systems to handle chores today so they gain free time tomorrow. They eliminate what doesn’t need to be done. They automate processes to save time. They delegate professional and personal tasks. Multipliers “procrastinate on purpose” by waiting until the last minute to do certain tasks because they understand that those jobs’ requirements constantly change. They concentrate on what they must do. Vaden explains why these tactics matter and gives you a menu of tactics to consider. getAbstract recommends his approach to anyone who’s too busy to get anything done.
In this summary, you will learn
- How to rethink time management,
- How to use five strategies to “multiply” your time and
- Why your time is more valuable than money.
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