- Get your sleep
The best way to have a productive day is to get sufficient sleep the night before. Bottom line. During the workweek, I make sure to get a minimum eight hours of sleep each night. It’s also important to wake up early. A lot of successful people start their day before 6AM. For most, it’s difficult to wake up early. One way to get into this habit is to ease into it. Each Day, try waking up 15 minutes earlier than the last.
Pick a hard objective and break it down into easier tasks if you can. Another approach I take is to create a list with a couple of hard objectives mixed in with easy ones. In order to get things done you need to focus. Block out distractions that may side-track you and stop multitasking while working down your to-do list. Soon you will find yourself completing your tasks more productively and with a feeling of satisfaction.
- Use your inbox effectively
Many people talk about managing their email inbox effectively as a way to become more productive. While this is true, there are other ways to leverage your email to become even more productive.
- Take a break
Ironic as it may seem, taking a break to focus on non-work related activity can actually increase your productivity. Have 30 minutes to eat/ have lunch and then spend the other 30 playing a game or watching a few YouTube videos
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