Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Haiku Productivity

The key to Haiku Productivity is to limit yourself to an arbitrary but small number of things, forcing yourself to focus on the important stuff and eliminate all else.
The rule of Haiku Productivity is: put limits on everything you do.
That’s it. One rule. What are the things you do? It’s different for everyone, but common ones might be: email, RSS feeds, goals, time wasters, tasks.
What limits should you set? It’s different for everyone. And it’s arbitrary (there are no logical limits for anything — it’s necessarily arbitrary) but based on your own experience and experimentation.
Read the rest of this classic post from Leo Babauta at Zen Habits


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