We’ve been getting a lot of emails from Asian Efficiency readers on what resources we recommend and where to start. If you want to be more productive and efficient, there are a gazillion ways to do that.
But you don’t need a gazillion ways. You just need a couple simple and effective tips to get you started.
So over the next two weeks, we’re going back to basics. We’ll freely share on the blog the top 5 techniques you need to be Asian Efficient. You’ve probably heard of them before. Maybe you’ve even tried a couple of them.
But are you doing them, consistently?
We don’t always need more information. We need to take action and follow through. Especially on the techniques that give us the most results.
The Back to Back series will show you 5 techniques that will get you those results. They follow the 80/20 Rule: they are the 20% of the activities that will produce 80% of the results.
Back to Basics Technique #1 – Eat That Frog
To kick the 5-part Back to Basic series off, we’ll start with our most popular and effective technique: Eat That Frog. Watch this video to see how it works (and where you’ll see me throw Kermit in the pool):
Then… implement! What’s your most important task? Write it down. Schedule it. Do it first thing in the morning. Challenge yourself to eat a frog every day this week.
And stay tuned for the next installment of the Back to Basics series where we will share our next most important Asian Efficiency technique to taking more action on your goals.