Jun 23, 2017
Making (and checking) checklists
Series of many small efficiencies: bumping drawers closed with your hip, staying in touch with best balance contact point
Merging steps (in general, streamlining processes)
Retrospection - which behaviors over last week could have been improved?
When successfully correcting an error: what practices would have avoided that error in the first place? What would those practices have cost me, and would it be worth it?
Scheduling - both making good use of time, and avoiding schedule failures that require costly correction
Recognizing inefficient behavior patterns
Main takeaway: the balance between optimizing for a value function and checking whether you need to update the value function is the key to efficiency.