“Doing more isn’t always better,” according to Laura Stack, MBA, president of the consulting company The Productivity Pro® and author of What To Do When There’s Too Much To Do: Reduce Tasks, Increase Results and Save 90 Minutes a Day.
Working longer hours or sprinting through a series of tasks doesn’t mean you’ll be more productive or actually get stuff done. “No one really cares how many hours you were in the building or if you finished your to-do list. People only care about what you’re able to produce and the value of those results,” she said.
Below, Stack shared her six secrets to greater productivity and value.
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