Your phone, computer, and TV are distractions. There’s a time and place for each of these devices, but they can take away from real productivity. If you’re working on something big and important, turn them off or at least put them away in another room so you don’t constantly look at them when you want to focus. Make your home or office as distraction-free as possible by throwing out unnecessary clutter.
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Focus on one thing at a time. Don’t worry about everything you have to do in your head. Make a checklist and tick off one thing after you finish it. This will help reduce procrastination, which can be really dangerous when you need to finish tasks.
Make a list of things you want to accomplish and prioritize them. If there are things you don’t want to do, delete them or move them down on your list until you’re satisfied. This is probably your most important step in being productive.
Every now and then you’re going to need a break. It can be hard to know when to take a break, but after five or six hours of solid work you should probably give yourself a five-minute breather. Take that time away from your desk, walk around and do some stretches, think about something other than...
One of our most harmful productivity killers is multitasking. We think we’re saving time by doing multiple things at once, but in reality, we’re distracting ourselves from getting much done at all. If you find yourself struggling to focus on one task or are spending too much time switching back a...
How can you be productive each day? With the right attitude and the right environment, you’ll find that it’s easier than you think to be productive. Keep these five productivity tips in mind each day, and soon you’ll find yourself being productive more often than not!
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Eliminate as much as unnecessary distractions as possible. While working, put the phone on aeroplane mode or if feasible, keep the phone in another room. James Clear, the author of Atomic Habits calls this as priming the environment as to boost productivity.
Constant interruptions and unnecessary distractions dilute your focus:
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