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  1. Don’t do anything today if it can be done tomorrow

  2. Don’t do it, if someone else can do it better…claim that you can do better things especially when those better things are not needed

  3. Don’t do simple tasks, while it is cheap and efficient… Start trying only after it gets dynamic, complicated, costly and inefficient

  4. Don’t try doing anything alone…and coordinate with at least two busy others, around when/where/how to do, till everyone gives up trying, even to coordinate

  5. Start with principle 1 on the new task, and claim expertise in multi-tasking

 

Addendum: there was a sixth principle in contention that all above 5 principles work only with tasks that have a compelling reason/objective/vision for gen-z. from my experience reasons are immaterial ab initio.

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5 gen-Z task management principles

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cognoise, metaidea

So we are stuck with a theory, and we do not know whether it is right or wrong, but we do know it is a little wrong or at least incomplete – R P Feynman

As a good starting point acknowledging the incompleteness or the little wrong could do good for innovation however you choose to address it.

So we are stuck…

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