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Millionaire Productivity Secrets: How This Simple System Made Mr. X $100 Million

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Want to scale your business and boost your productivity? Mr. X, the multimillionaire founder and owner of multiple companies, shares the productivity secrets that helped him build a $100 million net worth by age 31. This article will be a general breakdown of the Millionaire Productivity Secrets that will help you increase your income and get more done in less time.

Table of Contents- Millionaire Productivity Secrets

The Two Types of Entrepreneurs: Doers vs. Managers

When it comes to productivity and time management, entrepreneurs can be broadly categorized into two distinct types: Doers and Managers. Understanding the differences between these two types of entrepreneurs can significantly impact how effectively one invests their time and ultimately achieves success in their ventures.

Manager Schedule

Managers operate on a schedule that is divided into small, often 15-minute to 90-minute, chunks. They prioritize filling every time slot with tasks or meetings, viewing empty slots as missed opportunities. By interacting with others and coordinating meetings, managers aim to maximize their productivity and make the most of their time.

A manager has a key role of organizing a variety of meetings and individuals. Proper structure is key to success in this role. Often, many managers fail to be effective because they're incapable of structuring their Doers efficiently or working well with the ideal Doer-style of work. Additionally, many managers need to be highly organized themselves in order to attend necessary meetings/events and also end these meetings/events when necessary to stay on task.

My suggestion: If you need to organize yourself, I highly recommend using a planner. Give yourself at least 10-15 minutes to outline your following day. Organize your meetings and activities while keeping in mind the importance, difficulty, and energy levels required for each meeting. For example, I don't recommend scheduling 5 highly impactful, energy-draining meetings back to back. Doing so means you increase the risk of making low-quality decisions as the meetings progress. You also risk showing up to a meeting late which will negatively impact each subsequent meeting.



Divides time into small chunks

15 minutes to 90 minutes

Views empty time slots as lost opportunities

Maximizes productivity by filling all time slots

Engages in various tasks and meetings throughout the day

Collects and reports data, leads, persuades, and makes decisions

Doer Schedule

Doers, on the other hand, require large, uninterrupted blocks of time to engage in deep, focused work. They prioritize tasks that are not urgent but incredibly important, such as developing software, editing videos, or writing books. Unlike Managers, Doers work on projects that can span weeks, months, or even quarters, aiming to create and build things that previously did not exist.



Requires large, uninterrupted time blocks

Few, long chunks of time (e.g., 4-6 hours)

Focuses on deep, important, but not urgent tasks

Engages in creating and building projects

The Doer Schedule: Maximizing Deep Work

Maximizing productivity and achieving optimal results requires a deep understanding of the differences between the "doer" and "manager" schedules. The doer schedule is essential for individuals who engage in deep, focused work, ensuring that they can create and build things that previously did not exist. Understanding and implementing the principles of the doer schedule can significantly enhance one's ability to achieve high-value outcomes.

Understanding the Doer Schedule

The doer schedule revolves around the concept of requiring large, uninterrupted blocks of time to engage in deep, important, but not urgent tasks. This approach is crucial for individuals who prioritize creating and building projects that can span weeks, months, or even quarters. By focusing on deep, important, and non-urgent tasks, individuals can maximize their productivity and achieve significant results.

Implementing the Doer Schedule for Optimal Results

Individuals adhering to the doer schedule should communicate their working style to their managers, allowing for a better understanding of their need for uninterrupted time blocks. By effectively communicating and setting boundaries, individuals can optimize their deep work and achieve higher productivity levels. Additionally, collaborating with managers to establish a schedule that allows for dedicated maker time can significantly enhance the overall efficiency and output of the team.

In my business, Productivity Accelerator, I highly recommend individuals pursuing a Doer role engage in using the Pomodoro technique. This involves blocking out time throughout the day for specific activities and working on them in 45-minute intervals. Every 45 minutes, take a 5-10 minute break to refresh your mind. Finally, do these 45-minute work to 10-minute rest periods for 3-4 cycles. After these 3-4 cycles, work takes a 15-30 minute break. From here you can determine if you need to work on the project more, work on another project, or if you've worked enough to consider your day successful.

Navigating the Doer-Manager Dynamic

Understanding and effectively managing the interplay between the Doer and Manager schedules is essential for optimizing productivity and achieving outstanding results. Successfully navigating the doer-manager dynamic can significantly impact an individual's ability to create, innovate, and drive success in their ventures.

Adapting to Both Schedules

Individuals should aim to embrace both the doer and manager schedules as necessary components of their productivity system. By aligning their calendar with the nature of their work, entrepreneurs can strategically optimize their time and output, ensuring that both deep, focused work and collaborative, managerial tasks are effectively integrated into their schedule.

Establishing Standard Meeting Times

Implementing standard meeting times is crucial for individuals adhering to the doer schedule. By setting designated time blocks for meetings, individuals can streamline their workflow, reduce interruptions, and maximize their deep work periods. This approach fosters organizational efficiency and facilitates focused, uninterrupted work on high-value projects.

Effective Communication and Time Management

Communicating one's working style, including the need for uninterrupted doer time, is essential for fostering understanding and respect within the organization. Setting clear expectations for responsiveness during Doer time and delivering on those commitments is paramount for maintaining trust and ensuring productive collaboration between doers and managers.

Installing the Doer-Manager Dynamic in Organizations

For entrepreneurs and business leaders, implementing mandated quiet time on the calendar can empower teams of Doers to engage in uninterrupted, focused work. By designating specific time slots or entire days as quiet periods, organizations can create an environment conducive to deep, uninterrupted work, particularly for roles that require intense periods of concentration and creativity.

Remote work environments necessitate a heightened level of trust and reliance on output-based measurements. Trusting individuals to deliver on their commitments while providing the necessary support and removing obstacles can empower Doers to thrive in a remote setting, ultimately driving innovation and productivity.

Implementing the Doer-Manager System

Implementing the doer-manager system is crucial for optimizing productivity and achieving outstanding results. By effectively integrating the principles of the doer and manager schedules, individuals and organizations can harness the power of deep, focused work while efficiently managing collaborative, managerial tasks.

Creating Dedicated Doer Time

Individuals adhering to the doer schedule should prioritize communicating their need for uninterrupted, deep work time to their managers and team members. Establishing dedicated doer time on the calendar allows individuals to immerse themselves in high-value projects, fostering creativity and innovation.

Collaborative Schedule Alignment

Aligning the calendar with the nature of work is essential for entrepreneurs and teams. By synchronizing the schedules of doers and managers, organizations can strategically optimize their time and output, ensuring that both deep, focused work and collaborative, managerial tasks are effectively integrated into the schedule.

Empowering Remote Work Environments

In remote work settings, fostering trust and reliance on output-based measurements is crucial. Providing individuals with the autonomy to manage their doer time while delivering on their commitments can empower them to thrive in a remote environment, driving innovation and productivity.


Disclosure: This article is created with the help of a third-party contributor.


If you want to learn more about how to improve your productivity and build your Health, Money, and Relationship pillars, check out some of the other articles on my website.

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Leviticus Rich is the premiere productivity expert and productivity coach located in the DC Metro area within Northern VA. 

Leviticus has helped thousands of people improve their time management, focus, and productivity by offering some of the best, science-backed advice and techniques in the modern era. 

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