Reinvention, Part 7: Reinvent Your Productivity
Reinvention, Part 7: Reinvent Your Productivity

Reinvention, Part 7: Reinvent Your Productivity

Session #7 Quick Summary

In this session, we’re going to be reinventing our productivity and we’re starting to move more into the outer game, into interacting with the world a little bit.

Key Takeaways

  • The many definitions of reinvention. [00:12]
  • Discovering vs designing reinvention. [02:47]
  • How to maintain our level of productivity. [04:49]
  • The Pareto Principle, and why it’s the most useful mental model in most situations. [07:25]
  • How to apply the 80/20 Rule into the different areas of your life. [10:57]
  • The Endowment Effect, explained: why it’s hard for us to let go of habits and possessions. [12:50]
  • Reinventing rejuvenation to be more productive. [16:24]
  • The one consistent quality that people with blockbusters have. [20:56]
  • The importance of conserving willpower and staying out of the "grey zone". [23:38]
  • What a super-habit is, and how to create one. [28:00]
  • Winning in the game of life by utilizing what’s in your environment. [31:15]
  • Reinventing your life and lifestyle with the Ideal Life Designer. [34:25]


Keep what works, learn from what doesn't and just keep moving on.
To maintain our level of productivity, we actually have to increase it over time.
If you want to have consistent big success, it's the people who are most productive that have the blockbusters, they're the long-term producers.

Exercise: Ideal Life Designer

Take five to ten minutes and quickly list the following:

  • 3-5 things that you'd do in an ideal day
  • 3-5 things you'd do in an ideal week
  • 3-5 things you do in an ideal month

You'll see that you have to move things around at each level to get them all to work, and then you’ll start realizing how much time and energy you are NOT putting into the things that are important to you in your life.

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