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How to Be More Productive and Do More in Less Time?

How to Be More Productive and Do More in Less Time?

It’s not your environment that creates your productivity.

It’s you.

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Priority

Productivity is in your hands, in every decision you make every day.⁣⁣ 

To be more productive, flip the switch to self-check and de-prioritize the focus on external, irrelevant things by assessing the importance and impact of those things on your desired outcome.

 

Successful entrepreneurs know that if they're not getting closer to their dream or goal by doing this, then it shouldn't be on their desk or to-do list at all. 

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How to achieve more in less time practically
  1. Multiply your progress (by capturing it)
  2. Find your personal productivity style. ...
  3. Increase productivity by journaling. ...
  4. Simplify your to-do list. ...
  5. Set better boundaries. ...
  6. Capture ideas. ...
  7. Avoid stuff that reduces productivity. ...
  8. Take more time out of your business.
  9. Just take action
  10. Try the 2 day rule

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Accepting that you can't do everything

The antidote to chronic overwhelm is accepting that you cannot do it all.

Prioritizing means embracing the limits of your time and your energy, and taking back control of your to-do list. Embrace tactical strategies to ensure your priorities rise to the top amid the busyness of life.

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