When you're viewed as someone who gets things done, it provides a massive career benefit because it's so rare. This video explores three techniques you can use to take your goal and get it accomplished.
- [Instructor] Anyone can start a project. … But not everyone finishes them. … When you're viewed as someone who gets things done, … it provides a massive career benefit because it's so rare. … Hare are three techniques you can use … to take your goal and get it accomplished. … First, make deadlines work to your advantage. … Everyone's different. … Some people are motivated by a deadline … and work right up until the minute something's due. … That's not a problem at all … as long as you meet the deadline. … It can be a great way to force yourself … to get things accomplished. … Others like me prefer to give themselves … a lot of space and do things early. … Think about your past experiences … so you understand your relationship to deadlines … and how you can make them work for you. … Second, even if you don't feel like doing something, … you can often motivate yourself … by thinking about other people. … Who needs something from you? … Are you holding them up by not getting back to them …
Dorie shares techniques that you can leverage to get clarity on what to prioritize, as well as how to take action when you find yourself unsure of your next steps. She explores well-known frameworks, including the Eisenhower matrix and the Pareto principle, that can help you become more effective. Along the way, she shares how to find the motivation to get yourself going, maintain your momentum, and make it all the way to your goal.