Graham Allcott

Introducing Productivity

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    You can’t manage time. There’s no point trying. What you can manage is your attention, and it’s an even more subtle skill to learn.
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    Indeed, a focus on one thing at a time is a wonderful way to avoid feeling disorientated, overwhelmed and stressed.
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    So, we’d rather do anything else in the world than do the thing that matters, precisely because it’s the thing that matters
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    You can’t manage time but you can manage attention.
    Unlike time, attention isn’t a fixed resource, and an hour of proactive attention is far more valuable than an hour of inactive attention.
    It’s important to think about the quality of our attention and aim for Zen-like calm: that state where we’re interacting only with the thing in front
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    what ‘improving productivity’ is: good habits, skills and behaviours.
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    Change can come from trying new things, but can also come from revisiting, refreshing or reinforcing good habits.
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    Time might be spent, but attention still needs to be paid.
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    Your attention is a more limited resource than your time
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    We live in a technological age where rapidly changing priorities are no longer a distraction but actually part of what we have to manage.
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    Far from the opposite of being productive, being kinder to yourself is integral to keeping the show on the road and to you continuing to feel great and perform well in your role.
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    we resist things that are scary; we resist things that are difficult; and we resist things that are boring or uninteresting.
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    Pay attention. Wisely. Time might be spent, but attention still needs to be paid. Look after this currency, as it’s the most valuable currency in the world
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    The demands on your attention are far more than the demands on your time
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    Change can come from trying new things, but can also come from revisiting, refreshing or reinforcing good habits
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    front of us, in the moment, and are not thinking about lots of other distractions.
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    increase how much proactive attention you have at your disposal
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    let’s think about how we can get more of it! And specifically, wouldn’t it be lovely to have an extra couple of hours of proactive attention each day? Unlike time, which is a constant for everyone, there are ways to
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    Because attention – particularly your proactive attention – is truly the most precious resource you have at your disposal.

    It’s important to note that everybody is different. We all have different preferences and biorhythms. For me, proactive attention is usually from 9am until mid-morning, and then I get a second burst in the afternoon. In recent years, I’ve also learned what’s good and bad for me to eat for lunch to avoid the inactive attention lull that I used to experience in the hour or so after lunch
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    These are times when you’re flagging and your brain feels a bit fried. Perhaps you’ve been at work too many hours or perhaps it’s too early in the morning to tackle the hard stuff. Or maybe you’re feeling a bit foggy after that high-carb lunch
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    These are times when you’re flagging and your brain
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