For sure the experts’ tips and tricks are very useful. But there is something very important that you might be missing. It is in front of you and is usually for free but you could still ignore it. It is observing successful experts’ final pieces of work, products, and services that are already in front of you, and then reverse engineering to try to detect how they reached their great solutions.
Engineering life posts for living more effectively and efficiently.
To increase the effectiveness and the impact of whatever you do you usually have three options: 2. Increase the frequency: How many times do you do this thing per week. . Increase the frequency: How many times do you do this thing per week.
3. Increase the time spent doing that thing in one day or in one session.
It is a good idea to try to think, what is the one thing that if you did well over time will completely change your life?
Hypothesize the different possibilities, and take each of them one at a time for a long enough time for your experiment to be authentic or statistically significant. “Inspired from multivariate calculus”
It is strange how I usually observe a lot of us approaching life pretty randomly and assume that everything will go well. Although we don’t have control over everything, we all have one thing which put us at a great disadvantage if misused, and that is our mind. When I say mind, I don’t mean just our perceptions, but unbiased perception.
In the name of Allah, most gracious and most merciful, Engineering is a great and useful discipline, in general, where many principles of it could be applied to real-life for our benefit. Here are 11 principles that I think could be applicable in real-life to help us live more effectively and efficiently. 1. Problem Definition …