Takeaway: Focus on the process when intention setting—the actions you need to get what you want. For example, “finish TPS report” might turn into “write TPS report for 45 uninterrupted minutes.”

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Regular readers of this blog are probably familiar with the Rule of 3. It’s where, at the start of each day, you decide the three things you want to have accomplished by day’s end. It’s my favorite productivity tactic, and the benefits of implementing it are profound.

I recently discovered a way to level up even further with this rule: by focusing on the process of achieving my daily goals, rather than the end results. Let me explain.

Let’s say you want to write a non-fiction book. The process of writing a book is simple: once you’ve settled on a structure that will house your thoughts, you sit down, day after day, putting words to the…

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