I am fascinated by different methods of utilizing time and becoming more productive (Taylorism)
A famous “time and motion experiment” involved bricklaying took place in the 1920’s. Through carefully scrutinizing a bricklayer’s job, the number of motions in laying a brick went from 18 to 5. Hence the bricklayer both increased productivity and decreased fatigue.
Delegation is another way of increasing productivity. Saying no to procrastination is another. I am thinking about all these things as another project is falling in my direction.