Ever wanted to learn something fast? Like a new function, a new role? Wanted to quickly understand what’s going on in an up & running project you took over? Or wanted to turn around something quickly?
What’s a smart start?
What to look for?
What’s the fastest way to get the job accurately done?
In a nutshell, the kind of pressure that can start to feel like overwhelm or indifference, is a sign that you’re not yet generating results as fast as you want and can.
Being aware of that somewhat impatient side of yours, often experienced as overwhelm or indifference, is your wake up call to (re-)set yourself in decision mode..
You can quickly (re-)gain decisiveness by getting back to your role’s core content routine.
And you can practically do that by getting back in touch with your role's core content:
1. Uncover your core content task in the situation. What content do you receive, do you have full access to and do you need to decide upon to move things further? If you could use guidance to uncover your core content task apply for the Core Content Task Checklist here:
2. Chunk your core content task down in do-able steps. What exactly do you need to review, decide - and provide feedback upon? Using what tools?
Within a week, conducting your core content task only costs you 5 till 30 minutes maximum each workday morning, with flywheel effects on the results you generate and the developments you make.
3. Transform your core content task into a routine. Every workday morning first-things-first for the next 6 weeks in a row. When you start conducting your small core content routine consistently, you will soon experience results popping up and see yourself as being capable to accomplish even more.
Do you want to learn fast too? Tough times and endless to-do-lists are a blessing in disguise to start doing just that.
On a small core content routine with a flywheel effect.
Met vriendelijke groet / Kind regards,
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