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How To Get Things Done

How To Get Things Done

To maximize productivity you should:

  • Find a time and place where you can stay focused
  • Block out all distractions
  • Have a to-do list (I personally use Todoist)
  • Use productivity methods (like pomodoro timer)
  • Plan before what you are going to do


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How To Create A To-Do List

How To Create A To-Do List

To-do lists are used worldwide by astronauts, engineers, pilots and other extraordinary people, and you can use them too to organise and prioritize your tasks.

Keep your to-do organised:

  • Prioritize tasks by how important and urgent they are
  • Sort them by how much time they will take you to complete them. (If a task takes more than 2 hours divide it in sub-tasks)
  • Create categories for different types of tasks


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Find Out When You Are Most Productive

Find Out When You Are Most Productive

Are you an early bird or a night owl?

Finding out whether you are more efficient in the early morning or late evening is an important aspect in creating a proper productivity method.


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"Your brain is for having ideas, not for holding them."



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How to Never Forget Ideas

How to Never Forget Ideas

It is so easy to forget important tasks and brilliant ideas. That's why..

...As soon as an inspiring thought, quote or idea comes to your mind you should write it down immediately.

Create a category in your to-do called someday/maybe and fill it with whatever comes up to your head. After doing so, every now and then review it and ask yourself if you can do some of that things.


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Use Productivity Methods

Use Productivity Methods

  • The Pomodoro Timer method: Alternate 25 minutes deep-focus-sessions to 5 minutes short brakes. After 4 pomodoros take a longer break.
  • The MIT method: Assign yourself a Most Important Task per day, and prioritize completing that task before all others.
  • The Time Blocking technique: Break down work sessions into several blocks and assigns specific jobs to each block.


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Don't think "I've got this many days to achieve this", but instead "How much can I do in each of these days".



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Hi! 🔭 Nice to meet you all. My name is Giovanni, I'm 15 years old and live in Italy. I am a big dreamer and I wish to change the world. My mission is to help as many people as possible embark on the journey of leveling 🆙 in life.

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