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“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.”

Will Durant


Have you ever had one of those days in which you do a lot of things, but when you get home you have the feeling of dissatisfaction and emptiness, as if you hadn’t really accomplished anything?

At times we invest all our energy in what needs to be done, but since there are so many things that require our attention, we don’t always know where to start. So we either begin with what we love doing the most or with what we would rather not do at all (the “eat the frog” concept). But at the end of the day, we don’t feel confident in calling our day “productive”.

If we also have to manage other people’s work besides our own, the situation becomes even more complicated.


How can you prioritise the tasks, keep a clear vision of the big picture while being aware of all the little details, avoid distraction and keep your eyes on the ball, even when tired or bored?


This applies both if we are studying for an exam and if we are working on a project: every time we have to take care of a small or big project, if we want to carry it out at our best, we need to raise the level of our efficiency.

In order to become highly efficient in our studies and at work, we have to gather a series of techniques that are part of the toolbox you will be provided with at Genius in 21 Days.

Strategic planning, relaxation and concentration, mind mapping, time management, strategic reading, memorisation – everything will come in handy when building your efficiency.

The last step towards your efficiency will be to perform at your best. Whether it is a test, a presentation, a pitch, a job interview, your preparation will mean nothing if you don’t back it up with the ability to show how prepared you are.

Very often when we are in front of someone that could test our work, we lower our confidence because we feel more exposed. On a smaller or bigger scale, our heart starts beating faster, our hands get sweaty, our mouth dries up. And our brain slows down while our memories become blurry.

There are even things that we knew 10 minutes before, and that we’ll know 10 minutes after, but that in that moment we can’t recall them.

In this situation, we may sabotage all the perfect preparation, unless we make sure we can deal with our emotional state, feeling completely relaxed, at ease and focused at our command.

Sounds impossible? Try to believe.

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