In a world where so much is changing so fast, how does he manage to keep up with the issues facing not just one but three major companies?
The answer, he says, is to have a constant routine. He says this brings him:
And as part of that routine, Dorsey recommends what he calls
This churning world is bringing us all more issues to deal with, making them more urgent, and also making them harder to address.
As Jack Dorsey knows, two good ways to increase our productivity and effectiveness are to set aside time for meditation and exercise. These connect us deeply with what matters most to us and prepare us for whatever the day might bring. (Creativity and spending time in nature are two more ways to achieve this.)
Would you like to increase your productivity and focus? Do you have a consistent routine? Might it be useful to adopt some of what Jack Dorsey does?
[Related: The New York Times seven-minute workout.]
Adapted from Inner Leadership: a framework and tools for building inspiration in times of change.
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