January 22: The Time Bandit Solution


Concentrate at work: close your door & don’t look at emails. How else do you stop time bandits?

The Time Bandit Solution by Edward G. Brown (Greenleaf Book Group, 2015).



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One Response to “#30DaysOfSummaries – Day 22”

  1. Rob Says:

    Time Bandit Solution proved to be a tedious deed due to outside distractions ie., joke. On a more serious note, having an office with floor-to-ceiling windows that look out to the floor, I know all too well about the perils of interruptions and distractions. In fact, this summary is timely as I am in the midst of identifying more effective ways for both my staff and I to become more efficient. Transparency is not our challenge, but rather designed culture of ‘controlled chaos’ which naturally causes turbulence. I appreciated Brown’s notions of work momentum and ‘batch-processing’. On the other-hand, the suggestion of ‘scripting’ and ‘role-playing’ in order for people to better understand the basics, likely will not be embraced my colleagues and friends.

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