What we've learned, conclusion, and congratulations
And so this brings us to the end of the course. Let's have a look back on all the different theories, techniques and tactics that we have learned. We started out with some background exploration into why we would want to do things quicker where most people spend time and understanding how the course was engineered. We also wrote out some goals and areas that we wanted to improve on now is a good time to look back on those goals and priorities and see if we've covered them. Have you learned some strategies that can help you speed up the time consuming areas you outlined at the beginning of the course. From there we dove into the foundations and theory and we learned about the power of preparation, the importance of goals, priorities and deadlines. We also learned some effective theories such as the Peredo Principal Parkinson's law and batch ng similar tasks. We talked about the differences between good multitasking and bad multitasking and we discussed the importance of planning in brea...
ks and rest for efficiency. We even covered some strategies for taking advantage of wasted chunks of time and dove into an abridged discussion on flow and focus now from there we explored some concrete tips and tricks for speeding things up. We discovered a ton of computer productivity, hacks, fitness and health optimization, tweaks and financial automation tips and a bit on avoiding unnecessary or inefficient uses of our time. My hope for you is that this course has turned you onto the mentality of a speed demon. It may take time for these learnings to settle in and for you to perfect these skills and habits. But I hope they will cause you to look at your productive life a bit differently and to identify areas where you could use your time more efficiently or responsibly. With that said, I want to make it very clear that not everything in life is about efficiency and optimization. In fact all of the tips, theories and strategies in this book are designed to help you make time for the things that shouldn't be optimized, time spent doing things that you love with the people you care about. I hope this course has been very helpful and of course very productive for you and I want to thank you for learning with me. I hope you'll take some time to leave a review, tell your friends and share your feedback. And with that let me congratulate you on becoming a speed demon. Bye bye. Mm hmm. Yeah. Mm hmm.