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EP 8 : The Science Of Execution, Part I – Show Notes

by | Mar 31, 2022

Ep 8 – The Science Of Execution, Part I

Are you always procrastinating and putting off tasks until the last minute? Do you sometimes lie awake all night worried sick about the following day’s to-do list? Do you feel overwhelmed by all your commitments? If you answered yes to any of the three questions, this episode is for you.

Before anything else, I understand that there will always be days when the 24 hours in a day seem too little to accomplish all the tasks in a given day. I also understand that as a leader, it can be overwhelming to have a lot of responsibilities on your shoulder while still worrying about your team’s productivity. But here’s the thing; not being able to hit your daily target on several consecutive days can worsen your productivity due to the consistent feelings of failure. The good news is there is a solution. And like I earlier said, you only have 24 hours in a day, so you essentially can’t control time. However, there is one thing you can control: how you manage this time for maximum efficiency and minimal stress.

If you’re struggling to actually get things done, in this episode, Seth shares some productivity tips that will make it happen for you. He discusses the core ingredients to getting things done and explains why one of the most important aspects of business is execution.

 

What You’ll Learn:

[01:29] The Science of Execution

[04:00] The Three Phases of Energy

[08:38] Understanding Visionaries and the Creation Energy

[12:47] What Happens When You Maximize Efficiency at the Expense of Empathy

[14:50] Why You Could be Struggling with Execution

[15:24] The Demerits of Staying Too Long in the Creation Energy

[17:26] Transformation Energy and Why Too Much of It Can Be a Bad Thing

[19:45] What to Expect For Overstaying in the Completion Energy

[21:40] The Avoidance of Pain in Leadership

[22:30] How to Use Your Strengths to Get the Most Out of Change

[26:20] You Don’t Need More Energy; You Need More Skill

[27:20] Parting Thoughts

 

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