How to scale yourself and get more done than you thought possible

When it comes to working productively, you have to scale yourself in much the same way that you would scale a buisness. Danny Schreiber breaks down his philosophy on self-scaling, using wisdoms shared by the highly productive Scott Hanselmen, a program manager at Microsoft, as his touchstone. From identifying the danger signs of distractions and less useful information inputs to recognizing when you should drop some responsibilities to boost overall productivity, this post is a wealth of useful tips for zeroing in on your maximum output. 

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