Just one item, says author Greg McKeown on LinkedIn. He recommends making a list of six things you think are important for the next day and put them in priority order. Now cross off the bottom five. Take that one item and schedule the first two hours of the next day to work on it and nothing else. A star of the investment community told McKeown it’s been the most useful single practice he has ever used to focus his career.
— Adapted from “If You Don’t Prioritize Your Day, Someone Else Will,” Greg McKeown, LinkedIn.