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How to be
as productive as
US Presidents
by Weekdone weekly status reports
US Presidency is considered
one of the hardest
jobs in the world
Length of the
Presidency:
4 years
48 months
11460 days
Presidents work hard 24 hours a day.
They have a lot of valuable
insights you can use.
So what can we learn from these eff...
George Washington
(in office: 1789 - 1797)
1st President
He teaches us you must always
listen to others and focus on tacti...
Abraham Lincoln
(in office: 1861 - 1865)
16th President
He teaches us to think and plan
before you act.
Before acting, mak...
Give me six hours to chop down
a tree and I will spend the first
four sharpening the axe.
A. Lincoln
“ ”
Weekdone weekly progress
reports makes you your own
commander-in-chief
Dwight Eisenhower
(in office: 1953 - 1961)
34th President
He managed to do a lot thanks to
making sure he focused on the r...
Use Eisenhower matrix
to plan your life
Important
but not urgent
Decide when you
will do it
Urgent and
important
Do it
imm...
Ronald Reagan
(in office: 1981 - 1989)
40th President
Reagan started his days at 9 o’clock.
He clocked out at 6.30 sharp t...
President Reagan never went to
the Residence during the day.
That’s 9 and a half hours of
uninterrupted work
Barack Obama
(in office: 2008- 2016)
44th President
Get a head start on your
day the night before.
Limit decision fatigue....
If you’re walking down the
right path and you’re willing
to keep walking, eventually
you’ll make progress
B. Obama
“ ”
Benjamin Franklin
Founding Father
Without continual growth and progress, such words as
improvement, achievement, and succe...
Weekdone weekly progress
reports makes sure your time is
always your own.
Try it now
Related content
12 Best Time
Management
Techniques
9 Unique Traits of
High-Performance
Teams
7 Lifehacks: How to
Succeed i...
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  1. How to be as productive as US Presidents by Weekdone weekly status reports
  2. US Presidency is considered one of the hardest jobs in the world Length of the Presidency: 4 years 48 months 11460 days
  3. Presidents work hard 24 hours a day. They have a lot of valuable insights you can use. So what can we learn from these effective leaders?
  4. George Washington (in office: 1789 - 1797) 1st President He teaches us you must always listen to others and focus on tactics to win a war. Listen to everyone Focus on your strengths Lessons learned
  5. Abraham Lincoln (in office: 1861 - 1865) 16th President He teaches us to think and plan before you act. Before acting, make plans Make sure your axe is sharp Lessons learned
  6. Give me six hours to chop down a tree and I will spend the first four sharpening the axe. A. Lincoln “ ”
  7. Weekdone weekly progress reports makes you your own commander-in-chief
  8. Dwight Eisenhower (in office: 1953 - 1961) 34th President He managed to do a lot thanks to making sure he focused on the right thing at the right time. Have a prioritizing system Lessons learned
  9. Use Eisenhower matrix to plan your life Important but not urgent Decide when you will do it Urgent and important Do it immediately Not important/urgent Do it later Urgent but not important Delegate to somebody else IMPORTANT URGENT
  10. Ronald Reagan (in office: 1981 - 1989) 40th President Reagan started his days at 9 o’clock. He clocked out at 6.30 sharp to watch television with his wife. Take time to relax Stick to your schedule Don’t be interrupted Lessons learned
  11. President Reagan never went to the Residence during the day. That’s 9 and a half hours of uninterrupted work
  12. Barack Obama (in office: 2008- 2016) 44th President Get a head start on your day the night before. Limit decision fatigue. Be confident. Lessons learned
  13. If you’re walking down the right path and you’re willing to keep walking, eventually you’ll make progress B. Obama “ ”
  14. Benjamin Franklin Founding Father Without continual growth and progress, such words as improvement, achievement, and success have no meaning. Benjamin Franklin Lessons learned
  15. Weekdone weekly progress reports makes sure your time is always your own. Try it now
  16. Related content 12 Best Time Management Techniques 9 Unique Traits of High-Performance Teams 7 Lifehacks: How to Succeed in Productivity Without Really Trying BY WEEKDONE WEEKLY STATUS REPORTS 12 BEST TIME MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES BE MORE PRODUCTIVE NOW 7 LIFEHACKS BY WEEKDONE (that can be absorbed during a coffee break)
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