The enemy of unstoppability is distraction: If we could focus our full attention on finishing our most important actions every day, we would exponentially boost our productivity.
This is not easy though: Our surroundings often feel like a deep conspiracy to line up as many distractions as possible, such as emergency email notifications, breaking news, and playing Clash Royale.
An advanced approach to overcome distractions and get your most important work done is the Productivity Trident. A trident was the weapon of choice of Poseidon, the ancient Greek God of the Sea.
The idea if the Productivity Trident is to use its three sharp points to make serious indents in the surface of your most important tasks and crack them wide open.
This how it works:
- At the end of each day, decide on the three most important (=trident) actions you want to take the next day. Write these down.
- Work on these trident actions the next day, preferably at the start of the day.
- Maintain a rule: Your head will not hit your pillow, unless you have finished your trident actions at the end of each day.
The Productivity Trident forces you to identify, plan and finish three of the most effective actions you can take every day.
After one year, you will have executed more than 600 actions in the direction of your most important goals. This simple arrhythmic is a guaranteed recipe to become an unstoppable goal achiever.