How to Get More Done As an Architect

Why does it feel like I'm working so hard and getting so little done?

As a service-based business, architecture can be frustrating. There's a lot to get done and most of the work is one-off and labor intensive.

It's too easy to feel like we're jumping from fire to fire and interruption to interruption. As an architect it is difficult to manage time, both for ourselves and team members.

What's the secret to getting more done?

And not just more, but things that actually matter …

While working out at the gym recently I was reminded of this powerful strategy for getting more done. Here's one strategy I've found to be very effective.

Watch today's video about one secret to time management and let me know what you think.

How can you use this principle for yourself and your team?



Enoch Bartlett Sears is the founder of the Architect Business Institute, Business of Architecture and co-founder of the Architect Marketing Institute. He helps architects become category leaders in their market. Enoch hosts the #1 rated interview podcast for architects, the Business of Architecture Show where prominent guests like M. Arthur Gensler, Jr. and Thom Mayne share tips and strategies for success in architecture.

1 Response

  1. Thanks for sharing your experiences on behalf of the progress. I am very pleased for learning through you. I just came from Venezuela to the US and, am working on practicing architecture, this is a “beginning again”.
    I would like to suggest you that if you recommend a web site, do write the address because this allows a better understanding of your words and message. Especially for those who are non-native language in English.
    I will dedicate my progress to you and hope you to be part of my Master Mind team.
    Success and the best of the days.

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