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How To Multiply Your Time | Rory Vaden | TEDxDouglasville

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  • Published on Jun 1, 2015

  • Everything you know about time-management is wrong. In this challenging and counter-intuitive video, Self-Discipline Strategist and New York Times bestselling author of Rory Vaden, shows you why you can't solve today's time-management challenges with yesterday's time-management strategies. More importantly he explains why procrastinating on purpose is the key to being able to Multiply your time. Self-Discipline Strategist Rory Vaden’s book Take the Stairs is a #1 Wall St Journal and #2 New York Times bestseller. Rory is also Co-Founder of Southwestern Consulting™, an 8-figure global consulting practice. His new book Procrastinate On Purpose: 5 Permissions to Multiply Your Time came out in January of 2015 and was an instant National Bestseller. Free insights at http://www.roryvadenblog.com . This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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  • Ha, ha! Since I procrastinated (I don't know if on purpose) I found and watched this interesting video.

  • i've multiplied my time by watching this video at 1.5 speed

  • I can't watch this video because i don't have the time to do so...

  • Ironic how he begins with an anecdote about how he doesn't want any children, then ends by quoting Genesis: "Be fruitful and multiply."

  • Jay 

    I'm disappointed he didnt say "thank you for your time" in the end.

  • That is the best talk I’ve seen this year.

  • problem with homework is ,

  • Summary: Learn to say no.

  • NDD 

    This guy pretty much described what I learned to do the hard way. Oh well!

  • Multiply your time by changing the speed at x2, so you could save more room to watch more TED talks

  • Watch at 0.5 times speed. Sure, it's poor time management, but it's funny and he sounds drunk. E.G.

  • What a great presenter he is

  • automation in time same as compound interest in money. simple & brilliant. Much thanks

  • He was a good emotional speaker, and I really felt like it was a good TED in my feels. But I took a step back and asked myself how this information will really impact my time management, and the main message, avoid doing things you don't have to, is really not new.

  • This to me is still common sense?

  • 9:20

  • Sadly all the things I have to do can't be delegated or automated, so nothing's changed :p

  • this wanker said absolutely nothing insightful.

  • ha, he said doo-doo

  • Excuse me, but he actually dismissed Dr. S. Covey wrongly! Covey was not the one, who introduced priorities! In fact, Covey himself said that prioritization is already out there in the time management!