Time crunch rules for most of us. Now that summer vacations have ended and Labor Day is behind us, we are back into the regular swing of things. That often means feeling overwhelmed by too much to do in too little time. And that in turn can lead to stress, anxiety, physical ailments, and a quality of life that leaves a lot to be desired.
Yes, it can seem like this is the inevitable treadmill of life and time management is a pie-in-the-sky dream…but wait!
Stever Robbins’ new book, Get-It-Done Guy’s 9 Steps to Work Less and Do More, promises to help us deal with the time crunch gremlin. The book’s content hinges on two keys: knowing what you want out (goals) and living on purpose so your actions are in sync with your goals (focus). Sounds simple, but it is so easy to get distracted and buried by details, most of which are inconsequential in terms of the big picture. Stever calls this getting “hijacked into nonsense-land”!
So, if you are serious about stopping the silly, time-gobbling nonsense and getting more of what you want out of your career, business, and life, Stever Robbins’ 9 Steps to Work Less and Do More could be just the place to start. His 9 steps, as discussed in the book and his numerous podcasts, include:
1. Live and work on purpose
2. Step procrastinating
3. Conquer your technology
4. Cultivate focus
5. Stay organized
6. Don’t waste time
8. Build stronger relationships
Here is a video of Stever Robbins in action, explaining the difference between outcome goals and process goals and why it matters to understand each type.