The 3 Things Seinfeld Does That I’ve Built Into My Own Workflow

Date: August 12, 2016  Posted in: Commentary  Comments: 0

If you want to boost your productivity, you may want to try doing three real-life activities that comedian Jerry Seinfeld does. First, why not try a splash of cold water on your face to wake up in the morning? Second, keep a visual record of the daily tasks you achieve. Third, use paper, not an electronic device, to track your goals.

Key Takeaways:

  • A long time fan of Jerry Seinfeld discusses how he applies 3 things that Seinfeld does, to his own life and work.
  • The three things are splashing water on his face first thing in the morning, crossing off days on a calendar with X’s and making sure to maintain the “chain” that forms, and writing important things down on paper.
  • Doing these 3 things not only helps the author to get things done, but helps make sure he stays on track to get the right things done, thus improving his productivity.

“You see, I don’t just splash water on my face. I splash it on my face three times. I do this because it wakes my brain up a little bit more because it has to count along with the splashing, creating a bit more activity than just splashing alone.”

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