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How the Rapid Planning Method Makes You More Productive

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Have you ever heard of the Rapid Planning Method? This time management approach, often written shorthand as RPM, was developed by motivational speaker and business coach Tony Robbins. Robbins considers RPM to be a system of thinking rather than a time management technique, but it’s a system that will help you increase your productivity nevertheless.

This article will outline some of the principles of RPM to give you a better idea of how this new way of thinking can help you accomplish more. But, first, let’s break it down:

While RPM stands for Rapid Planning Method, each of the letters can be broken down into separate sections as well. This will give the initialism a new and deeper meaning rather than just a name:

Start by thinking about what you want to accomplish. Your daily plans should center around the results you hope to see now and in the future. This could be something simple like wanting the house to be cleaned by the end of the day or a long-term goal to increase your bench press personal best by the end of the month.

This section of the Rapid Planning Method incorporates the first two letters of SMART goal-setting; specific and measurable. The plans you make will be much more effective when you can visualize the end result and measure your progress along the way.

Next, think about why you’re doing what you do. For example, is your weight-lifting goal because you want to prioritize your health, or because........

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