Intentionally take your focus away from distracting areas in your life.
Social media and entertainment. While they can add fun to our days, it's worth reducing how much time we spend on apps.
Busy work. These are tasks we do regularly but that fail to move us forward. These tasks should be delegated, automated, limited, or deleted.
Negativity. When we focus on the negative, we are prevented from seeing reality clearly. It is then important to be aware of your inner thoughts. Maintain a running record of positive things people say about you.
One of the biggest struggles in the modern workplace is knowing how to prioritize work. Workloads are ballooning and everything feels important. However, the truth is that a lot of the work we do every day doesn't really need to be done. At least not right away.
President Dwight D. Eisenhower was the 34th president and a five star general during World War II. He won his first presidential election by a landslide, built the Interstate Highway System, and created NASA. Which is to say, he was pretty productive. Let's take a look at a few of his best tricks for getting all that done.