You may have often found yourself experiencing the kinds of days where you plan to do so much but end up doing only a fraction of what you had intended. Whether it’s a day at work or house-related chores, it’s very easy to get bogged down by unending lists and consistent distractions.
If you want to learn how to get more done, it calls for a change in attitude. There needs to be a formation of habits that are conducive to becoming someone who takes action rather than sits back and waits for things to get done on their own!
While multi-tasking may feel like you’re getting more done in the same amount of time, this is actually not the case. There are a number of different things that are in need of your attention all at the same time, pulling you in many different directions, leading to you wasting time rather than conserving it. Put a hundred percent of your focus and effort in one task before moving on to the next thing.
There are many little jobs that are not in need of immediate attention, yet you may still find yourself contributing a huge chunk of your time to them. Identify what the essentials are on your to-do list first, then go ahead with the plan for your workday.
Get Rid of Distractions
This one is obvious—distractions lead to procrastination, which leads to low levels of productivity. In order to build focus and boost your capacity to get your work done in an efficient manner, eliminate all possible elements of distraction in your immediate vicinity.
Find Your Quiet Place
Building on your potential for productivity doesn’t just call for consistent hard work, but also puts forward the need for downtime that effectively clears your mind and recharges you at the same time. Whether it’s exercise, meditation or an hour of reading, invest a portion of your day to spend time in your quiet place.
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