In recent times, productivity techniques or hacks that will help us work less but get more done have become increasingly popular.
High achievers are always looking for ways to get more done in less time. There are many productivity techniques available today such as:
- The Pomodoro Technique or Sprints.
- Getting Things Done.
- The Eisenhower Matrix.
- To-Do lists.
While all these techniques are powerful and effective, they mainly focus on getting more things completed. The challenge with this is that the more things we get done, the more things we want to get done.
This continuous cycle of fitting more in and trying to “do it all” is not an intelligent long-term strategy for a healthy work life. There has to be a better way to get what we want done without working ourselves to the ground.