To get something done requires far less time than you think.
Sounds weird, doesn’t it?
If you want to increase your productivity a little bit, simply use Parkinson’s Law.
It states: The amount of work expands to fill the time available for its completion.
If you have 3 hours to complete your welcome email sequence, it will take you the whole 3 hours to finish it. If you have two weeks to map out your email marketing calendar, it will take you the whole two weeks.
Give yourself a deadline and cut the time into half. If you’ve set 3 hours to write an email, try one and a half. If you take two weeks to map out your email marketing calendar, try doing it in one week.
Parkinson’s Law quickly explains why many top performers get so much done in a short amount of time while others lag behind.