The One Thing

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Amrut
Amrut Parab  5 days ago
Q : What is your most critical takeaway from this lesson?
A : one at a time
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Maria
Maria   16 days ago
Q : What questions do you still have?
A : how do you start ? is it with the most complicated, the one thing you don't like to do
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Paul
Paul   16 days ago
Q : What is your most critical takeaway from this lesson?
A : First things first!
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Joao
Joao Pedro Luz E Barros  a month ago
Q : What questions do you still have?
A : choose the right domino for the day / month... the right thing right now that will have an effect in everything you want tomorrow, in a month, etc. Multitasking makes you 30% less effective. Focus. willpower is a finite resource, so sleep better. 1st things first, do the most important thing first.
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Joao
Joao Pedro Luz E Barros  a month ago
Q : What is your most critical takeaway from this lesson?
A : 1st things 1st
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Adrian
Adrian Catangal  a month ago
Q : What is your most critical takeaway from this lesson?
A : 1. You have to choose the correct “domino”
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Josh
Josh Wright  a month ago
Q : What questions do you still have?
A : How should I prioritize to find the “one domino”
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Josh
Josh Wright  a month ago
Q : What is your most critical takeaway from this lesson?
A : That multitasking makes you 30% less effective.
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Shelbe
Shelbe Williams  a month ago
Q : What questions do you still have?
A : How does someone create an environment to limit will power fatigue?
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Shelbe
Shelbe Williams  a month ago
Q : What is your most critical takeaway from this lesson?
A : Getting enough sleep will allow you to tackle the most important task of the day which will cause a domino effect aka momentum to achieving your goals.
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Rendellet
Rendellet Dlamini  a month ago
Q : What is your most critical takeaway from this lesson?
A : First things first
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Jared
Jared Jones  a month ago
Q : What questions do you still have?
A : none
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Jowaine
Jowaine Thompson  a month ago
Q : What is your most critical takeaway from this lesson?
A : focus on one thing at at a time. the domino effect. do the important things first
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Nina
Nina Vricella  a month ago
Q : What is your most critical takeaway from this lesson?
A : Momentum is good, but we need to utilize willpower to focus on the most important things first and try to manage our multitasking to, most effectively, get the job done.
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Alejandro
Alejandro Moreno  2 months ago
Q : What questions do you still have?
A : Even though the domino metaphor works abstractly, how can I know what the "one right decision" would be for any given time period?
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Alejandro
Alejandro Moreno  2 months ago
Q : What is your most critical takeaway from this lesson?
A : First things first, fundamentals first, firs principles
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Jose
Jose   2 months ago
Q : What is your most critical takeaway from this lesson?
A : you loose 30% time and attention when you multitasking
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Paul
Paul   2 months ago
Q : What questions do you still have?
A : Once I identify several One thing dominos In my life, what’s the best way to protect them from chaos?
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Paul
Paul   2 months ago
Q : What is your most critical takeaway from this lesson?
A : Avoid distraction and will power fatigue: target one thing each day, week, month etc. that will trigger the bigger results you want. Seed the day.
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David
David Hernandez  2 months ago
Q : What is your most critical takeaway from this lesson?
A : Focusing on one thing at a time will be way more effective than trying to multitask.
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