Efficiency and effectiveness can directly determine your success rate
The difference between efficiency and effectiveness, do you ever think about it? In fact, it’s a huge difference. In today’s fast-moving Internet environment, it’s more important than ever to know how to maximize your efficiency and effectiveness.
On the Internet, there are tons of articles about efficiency, like this one that I love. However, it’s not so easy to find articles dealing with effectiveness and efficiency as an integrated process for the best results.
To be able to optimize your efficiency and effectiveness, you must first get it clear what’s the difference between the two. In an earlier article, we went through the gap between efficiency and effectiveness.
In a nutshell:
Effectiveness: doing the right things
Efficiency: doing things right
Let’s say that Eliud Kipchoge, the fastest marathon runner in the world, comes to the Olympic Games, and lining up for the 100-meter flat race. Do you think he will qualify for the next race? Probably not?
He may be the fastest marathon runner in the world, but has nothing to do in a 100-meter race on an elite level. He is not doing the right thing.
How often does it happen to you that you are working around the clock, but you don’t get the results you’re expecting? Take a look and figure out if you’re doing the right thing.
To optimize your efficiency and effectiveness, you need to understand the effectiveness before putting in much efficiency.
As always, my favorite blogger, James Clear, has an interesting approach to the topic of effectiveness and efficiency.
Efficiency and Effectiveness – the Same but Different
If both are essential, what does then come first?
The classical anecdote about if the chicken or the egg comes first, deals with more or less the same dilemma.
Thus, effectiveness is very much connected to the goal of your mission. If you have your mission well defined, it shouldn’t cause you any problem to check whenever you want, if you’re on the right track or not.
Check this short video about the most common traps for low efficiency and how to deal with them.
As mentioned in the video, seven working blocks of 25 minutes each and 20 minutes of rest in between will give you a total working day of 5 hours. According to some sources, productive working time is the same for the average worker at work 8 hours a day.
So, the question is simple: would you like to work for 5 or 8 hours per day?
Your profitable online business should have it all….
To do business online, there are also effective paths to opt-in. Imagine having everything set up in an optimized automation mood. You sell a product without even touch the selling process. It’s the ultimate affiliate marketing business.
If your desire is to create your own online business, it’s highly effective to start an affiliate business.
To add efficiency to the creation, a system and platform like this will speed up the whole process, and your goal to succeed will be achieved faster than what you can imagine.
Joining the SFM community will give you both advantages at the same time. Talking about efficiency and effectiveness!
Related blog posts published earlier:
Published in April 2018, How to Start Using a Simple but Efficient Productivity Technique
From May 2017, How to Deal with Your Time and be Highly Efficient
Released in September 2016, How Much is an Hour?
March 2016, How a Deadline Makes your Goal Achievable
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