How to optimize? Some ideas to improve efficiency in life
The time moves faster than we imagine.
Doing what you have already done will give you the results you already got.
Nothing new right?
Still, people make the same mistakes over and over again.
They wonder why things are not changing.
I teach a concept of time and efforts involved to achieve the outcome.
In my coaching, I work with my clients to minimize the amount of time and work to achieve the outcome.
They start doing more things in lesser time.
Let me share with you what exactly I do?
When you make things better, your life gets better.
Life is a continuous process of making things perfect.
To enhance your life, you need to optimize your life.
Let’s understand. Instead of feeling like you’re moving against the grain, you flow with the tides of life.
And they move you in the direction of your goals.
It makes success easy for you.But only if you optimize life.
How do you optimize life?
First you choose what to optimize for.
Is it success in job?
Is it building wealth?
Is it achieving good health?
Is it relationships?
Or a combination of all the above?
Get clear on what you’re optimizing for.
Then split-test different variables until you find what works for you and what doesn’t.
Then keep doing what works for you…
… while also testing new variables constantly as well (just like you continue to test new ad angles even when you find a winner, you too should keep testing new variables on yourself to get better – even when you’re already winning!).
This is where most people stuck.
If things are working good, you shouldn’t stop.
Keep testing new things from new perspective.
Treat yourself like a science experiment/project.
Set a vision, optimize what needs optimizing and stay tinkering until the end of time. It’s not over until it’s over.
If you have been the student of science, you probably know the process of any experiment.
You have an objective, tools, process, examination and then conclusion.
If you don’t get better result, you keep testing.
Even if you get the results, you still need to keep testing.
Do experimenting over and over.
You never know how suddenly things start getting better.
What does the end result look like?
The optimization process will effortlessly moves you in the right direction like a perfect machine.
Unfortunately, most people struggle because they either don’t optimize for what they want. Or they optimize for the wrong things.
Bullshit in, bullshit out.
You know how it goes.
Don’t be like most people. Be better.
Start optimizing for the right things.
Otherwise you’ll reach the end of your life and be hit w/ the following thought:
“FUCKKKKKKKKK! Where did all the time go? I lived it all wrong.”
It’ll be too late then.
But today it’s not.
Start optimizing for the right things (right things = thing that truly matters to you and what you want. Not what your momma, girlfriend, sister, brother, dad, uncle wants.)
Life looks different depending on what you’re optimizing for.
When you is optimizing for more money, my day is optimized for non-stop work. From the time you wake up to the time you sleep.
When you optimize for relationships, your day will be full with dinners and lunches and calls and meetings and new experiences with great people.
When you optimized for a little bit of everything, your day should be full with high ROI work, meditation, exercise, walks, new experiences, skill building, lunches and dinners, experiment time aka “do whatever you please” time. Etc.
You get the point.
Optimize for what you want.
And disregard everything else.
It’s your life.
Optimize it how you see fit.
Just because everybody else spends their day doing x, y, z – doesn’t mean you have to as well.
Don’t do it.
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