If I could prove to you that in one day I could make you 10% more efficient, would you give me that one day?

What if it was 20%?

What about 30%?

Look at the cartoon. How much more efficient would those two cavemen be if they just stopped rushing around for a few minutes and changed the wheels on their cart?

But they can't. They're too busy.

Factories regularly shut down in order to re-organise their production lines and to integrate new machinery that will increase efficiency.

People (generally) don't.

The cavemen in the cartoon are clearly behaving very foolishly. If they changed the wheels they would finish the job more quickly and with less effort, or they could continue working for the same hours but get a lot more done.

Are you behaving like those cavemen? Are you putting off change because you "don't have time"?

Stop being silly. Now.

Disregard how 'busy' you are and find some space in your day to start making changes that will make you more efficient.

10 minutes a day is enough, for a start. The more the better.

You do have time but you have been prioritising being 'busy' over being efficient.

It's time to change your priorities, even if only a little.

10 minutes a day, minimum. Try it.

You won't regret it.

"Those who are wise won't be busy, and those who are too busy can't be wise."

- Lin Yutang, The Importance of Living