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Maximizing Productivity as a Founder: Planning Your Schedule

How do we plan to maximize results as a founder? For me, it's not so much about planning my day-to-day tasks but rather focusing on weekly goals that will help move my company forward. Let's dive into this strategy and find out how you can apply it to your own life!

Focusing on Weekly Goals

The first step is to identify one crucial goal each week that will help unlock the next level of success for your business. For example, last week my main focus was getting our big production shift up and running which involved bug fixing, writing code, and other development work. As such, I canceled meetings and other less important tasks so I could fully concentrate on achieving this goal.

This week's objective is turning our users into more engaged customers who use our product daily. The key here is figuring out what needs to be done in order to increase user engagement rates - whether that means improving product features or offering better support resources.

Moving the Ball Forward

Your priorities may differ from mine depending on your industry or specific business challenges; however, the principle remains the same - pick one major task per week that will move the ball forward for your company. Some weeks might require tackling multiple objectives over an extended period of time until they are completed successfully (e.g., increasing power user numbers). Nevertheless,your primary focus should always remain laser-focusedon advancing towards these critical milestones despite any competing priorities.

Of course, this does not mean that you should neglect all other aspects of your business. You must still keep the product moving, work on design and sales projects, and oversee many other tasks; however, it is essential to recognize which goals are more important at any given moment and make sure they get done no matter what.

Evaluating Progress

At the end of each week, take some time to assess your progress towards achieving your primary goal. By doing so regularly, you will be able to identify whether or not any adjustments need to be made in order for you to stay on track with your long-term objectives. Remember: when everything is a priority, nothing truly receives the attention it deserves.In order for you as a founder or entrepreneur to ensure maximum productivity levels, you must apply an almost arbitrary framework wherein one major task takes precedence over others during any given week.

The key takeaway here is simple: focus on one big block at a time until it's complete before moving onto the next challenge - don't allow competing needs between sales and development (or similar areas) prevent you from making significant headway in advancing core objectives within your company.

I hope these insights help guide you towards greater success as a founder or entrepreneur by providing clarity around how best to plan out daily schedules based upon maximizing productivity potential!

Keep pushing forward,

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