I'm Minna and I am a Co-founder of the FOCO Academy and we mentor people like you to achieve true health and healthy relationships through nutrition, exercise, mindset and lifestyle changes.
A few years ago, I gave a lunch talk to a non-profit women’s group and the topic was called the 8 ways to infinite productivity. The methods that I talked about during that hour-long talk was really quite profound because of its simplicity and how easy it was to implement.
So here I’m re-iterating some of the high points of that talk and to give you the highlights of what I’ve talked about.
The 5 things that I’m going to mention here, if you are not already doing it, once you start implementing these 5 things you will notice a significant improvement in your productivity.
And while they may sound counter intuitive, they work extremely well. So here’s the 5 ways.
--The Foolish Couple @Home Blog post, 2016-06-11
A few days ago, during my reading hour, I came across this interesting principle. And if you are in the corporate world, you may find this interesting too.
It is called ‘The Peter Principle’. And here’s the Wikipedia definition.
The Peter principle is a concept in management theory formulated by Laurence J. Peter in which the selection of a candidate for a position is based on the candidate's performance in their current role, rather than on abilities relevant to the intended role. Thus, employees only stop being promoted once they can no longer perform effectively, and "managers rise to the level of their incompetence."
In my own words, this means that, in a corporate setting, people gets promoted based on their current abilities, until they promoted to a level where they become ‘incompetent’, and then the promotion stops.
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