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According to Kris McPeak’s book, Elevate Your 8: 21 Days to Prosperous Time Management, productivity and time management success comes down to simple math. There are 24 workable hours in every day. Work 8 hours. Sleep 8 hours. What's left? 8 Hours. How do you be more productive and manage your time? You elevate your 8.
Specifics that we covered on the show include:
- What are the “8”? (2:47)
- What can be done with hours after the “8”? (5:06)
- On measuring time spent on doing things (13:59)
- Things that needs to be done now vs. Things that can be done later (20:10)
- Scheduling the weekend (27:37)
- The concept of pairing activities and journaling things (30:47)
- What can one do to help them elevate their 8? (33:19)
- Book: Elevate Your 8: 21 Days to Prosperous Time Management
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