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Episode 157- Rory Vaden on How to Multiply Your Time

December 8, 2022 • Personal Development
Rory Vaden

What if you could multiply your time? On this episode, Rory Vaden shares why everything we think about time management is wrong. He’s the New York Times bestselling author of Take the Stairs and his TED talk has been viewed over 3 million times. He is also the co-founder of Brand Builders Group where he teaches people how to grow their influence and build and monetize their personal brand. On this episode, we talk about how high performers think about time management differently and how you can apply their strategies to your own life.

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Show Notes

  • How we think about time management wrong (1:26)
  • How the significance calculation multiplies your time (3:59)
  • The difference between importance, urgency, and significance (4:52)
  • Spend time on things today that create more time tomorrow. (5:22)
  • The three types of procrastination: classic procrastination, creative avoidance, priority dilution (8:25)
  • Your email inbox is a catalogue of other people’s priorities (13:19)
  • Time management is largely based on emotion (16:07)
  • The paradox principle of sacrifice (22:26)
  • How to use the focus funnel to decide what you should and should not do (25:35)
  • An exercise to help you know what to eliminate and create “automatic no’s” (33:07)
  • How Rory’s company Brand Builders can help you build influence (https://freebrandcall.com/mollyfletcher/) (35:53)
  • Personal branding is the digitization of your reputation (40:05)


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