Weekly Review POWER Questions To BOOST Your Productivity ๐Ÿ“ Success In Personal Productivity Ep11 ๐Ÿ“ˆ

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Today, I want to share with you a number of questions that I ask myself on a weekly basis, which can really focus you in on how you can increase your productivity, because if you can get more work done, you progress towards your goals faster!

This has helped me focus on my weaker areas, because one of the key principles of productivity is where you focus your energy. The reality is, there is only you. You can only focus on one thing at a time.

It's really up to you where you focus your energy, and these questions have been designed to focus on areas you can improve on, and this is the goal of the weekly review.

This review is something I do on a weekly basis, and it comes in my Evernote through If This, Then That, which is an automated software that basically puts a template into my Evernote and it's brilliant!

I answer these questions on a weekly basis, and it really helps me focus on where I can be more productive.

  1. What 20% of sources are creating 80% of my problems, bottlenecks and unhappiness?

You could be doing this for any area of your life. It just makes me think back to my experiences during the week to determine the issues I've faced.

After I've determined the issues, I can then implement systems and changes to prevent them from happening again. This gives me actions I can do to make my business run better!

  1. What 20% of sources are resulting in 80% of my desired outcome and happiness?

This question helps you determine what has contributed to your happiness, helping you realise you need to do more of it!

  1. If I could only work 2 hours today on my business, what would I do?

A lot of people, including myself, end up filling up a lot of the time during the day on fluff. If we were to become crystal clear on what we want to achieve, having only two hours isn't an issue.

So this is inspiring you to leverage your time and focus on the most important things!

  1. What are the worst things that could happen? Could I get back here?

This question is important to consider!

  1. What if I empower the team to have more responsibility? What am I currently doing which others could do?

This is a question I love answering, because I'm a technician. I like getting into the business, and sometimes I don't need to be doing the things I'm doing because I have someone in place to do it.

So this makes me focus on why I've chosen to do specific tasks that particular week, and with that comes additional actions you could implement.

  1. What if I could only subtract to solve problems? What am I currently doing that could be simplified?

In many ways, we like to complicate things. It's a good way to simplify systems or actions and to be more efficient with your time, leading to more productivity!

  1. What are the top three activities I use to fill up time to feel as though I've been productive? What are my CRUTCH activities?

I sometimes find myself watching YouTube videos, telling myself I'm being productive because I'm learning, but am I really?

  1. Why do I feel starved for time? What commitments, thoughts, and people can I eliminate to fix this problem?

It's great when you look back and see what you've eliminated that were problems, and are now not an issue.

  1. What might I put in place to allow me to go off the grid for 4 to 8 weeks, with no prone, no laptop or email?

This is another great question that I ask myself because one day I'd love to go off the grid to a remote island. How would the business run without me?

This has just been a few questions I try and answer on a weekly basis. These questions use the 80/20 type principle, and I've found it very useful over time. I have experimented with this, and I've always said that you need to experiment with your own productivity, but 100% focus is something you want to achieve.

Quality questions really gets you to focus on an area that could be a breakthrough for you!


Please let me know if you've enjoyed it and if you have any questions. If you have better questions for this weekly review, let me know! As always, keep taking massive action! ๐Ÿ™‚

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