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How to be a more productive person

Written by Sumit Dua, MD, MBA.

In our fast-paced information age, we’re expected to accomplish more and more. To be successful, we have to continuously increase our productivity.

In the industrial age, a worker had to be able to increase his output - companies such as Ford Motors made a science out of this. Today, in this age of technology, the output can’t simply be measured in terms of widgets made per hour. And we can’t just concentrate on one task (making one part of a widget repeatedly). We’re expected to balance many different activities at once. On top of this, we can easily become distracted by social media, the newest iPad applications, the latest gossip, emails and text messages.

Power of the Human Mind: Accomplishing the Extraordinary

Written by Sumit Dua, MD, MBA.

“Shoot for the moon.  Even if you miss, you'll land among the stars.”  ~Les Brown

The human brain only weighs about three pounds. As limited as it sounds by size, it is unrestrained in its potential. When the limits of our physical body fall short, the mind empowers the body to accomplish what was once thought of as impossible.

Our bodies, for example, are not equipped with wings and feathers, so we are not able to fly.  But the minds of the Wright brothers (Orville and Wilbur Wright) invented a way to lift the body off of the ground - they invented the first airplane in 1903.