How Learning to BANJO Makes You More Productive!

October 13, 2007

time.jpgI just found this really cool website called the Ririan Project. In a recent post Ririan discusses 15 ways to get 2 hours back in your day.

Learning to BANJO was my favorite in the list … and no, you don’t have to have any musical talent to make the strategy work! It’s similar to my article Worst Things First,

So here’s what it means to BANJO:

2. Learn to BANJO.

BANJO is an acronym for “Bang A Nasty Job Off”. Doing anything gives you a sense of achievement, but getting something really unpleasant out of the way makes you feel even better. That task may seem trivial, but it’ll distract you until you do it.

Read the whole article here: 15 Ways to Reclaim 2 Precious Hours Every Day

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4 Responses to “How Learning to BANJO Makes You More Productive!”

  1. Pamela on October 14th, 2007 6:42 pm

    Thanks for sharing this.
    We can always spend some time to get rid of those unpleasant things out of our way. If it will make us feel better, why not?

  2. Pamela on October 14th, 2007 6:46 pm

    Thanks for sharing this.
    We always have the choice to spend some time to get rid of those unpleasant things out of our way. And if it will make us feel better, why not?

  3. Alan on October 15th, 2007 10:53 pm

    The problem with most of us is that instead of doing those unpleasant tasks, we keep on avoiding them, which is useless since they’ll keep on following us unless we face it.

  4. natejust on October 16th, 2007 8:23 am

    Hey Alan and Pamela,

    Exactly! Why let unpleasant tasks haunt us? It’s better to BANJO them and get on with life.

    Thanks for your comments.

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