Do you perform a weekly review?
A weekly review might be the single best way to get clear on your commitments. You can identify your ‘open loops’ and get them into a trusted system. This leaves you with a clear mind and no more of those nagging doubts that you’ve forgotten something.
So, if it is this effective, why don’t more people devote a small amount of time each week to reviewing their progress?
In this post, I will detail the process I use and the traps into which I’ve fallen while consolidating this habit.
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I recently received an email from Dr Eric Benchimol telling me that he had cited The Productive Physician in his recent publication.  It turned out he was referring to an academic publication in Gastroenterology.
Although flattered to feature in such a prominent academic publication, I was also intrigued.
Which brings us back to the question: What is an Academic Athlete? Also, how & why did a couple of doctors publish an article about personal productivity in the highest ranked journal in their field? 
I reached out to Eric and his co-author Dr Richard Keijzer to ask these questions…