Efficient people are very self-reflective. They do not think simply about finishing a job and moving on to the next. They take a day and use it solely for reflection. They ask themselves questions like, “If I were going to do this again, what would I do differently?” “Why did this work well, and this didn’t?” “How can I save time here if I am faced with a similar situation?” Efficient people recognize that there is always a better way to do something, and they are always questioning how to find that better way. They do not settle for a one and done type mindset. Knowing that skills from one project can be transferred to other projects, and then reflecting on how to improve upon the process of utilizing those skills develops efficient habits in successful people.
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