4. Aim for two minutes: According... - Deepstash

4. Aim for two minutes:

According to the two-minute rule, you should finish chores that take two minutes or less and give yourself two minutes to begin any small tasks that you have been putting off.

5. Time-block your itinerary:

You can also boost your productivity by using time blocks in your plan. You would assign a time restriction to each activity you worked on using this technique.

6. Get rid of distractions:

Consider what diverts your attention the most, such as Facebook updates, Instagram, or the local news, and switch off those sources.

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“Procrastination is my sin. It brings me naught but sorrow. I know that I should stop it. In fact, I will — tomorrow!” — Attributed to Gloria Pitzer

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