Marc Andreesen’s Personal Guide to Productivity

“By not keeping a schedule, I mean: refuse to commit to meetings, appointments, or activities at any set time in any future day. As a result, you can always work on whatever is most important or most interesting, at any time.”

This was written way back in 2007, but the ideas it contains may be even more powerful today than they were back then.

Marc Andreesen shares his personal guide to productivity including recommendations that you not keep a schedule (whenever possible), leverage structured procrastination, and only agree to commitments when both your head and heart say yes.

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