How do you stay productive? Learn from Sam Altman. The Y Combinator president has the same 24 hours as anyone else to get things done, and he manages to tackle what matters to him and delegate the rest. His productivity philosophy boils down to a simple idea: Choose the right tasks to complete. Then, work hard. Insights from a high-profile entrepreneur and his actionable suggestions make this post a worthy read. getAbstract recommends Altman’s perspective to managers who need a refresher course in time management.
In this summary, you will learn
- What big factor most people forget when talking about productivity,
- How entrepreneur Sam Altman structures his day to stay on task and
- What small changes you can incorporate into your day to become more productive.
About the Author
Sam Altman is an entrepreneur, investor, blogger and programmer. He’s president of the start-up incubator Y Combinator and the co-founder and former CEO of Loopt.
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