Three overarching principles apply to all productivity tips.
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When you're trying to do many things at once, you're often getting very little done.
As best as you can, set up a work environment that encourages doing one task at a time. Even doing one task for five minutes can be beneficial:
The more we work on focusing on one task at a time, the easier it becomes to focus.
Your physical workspace can either energize you or deplete your energy.
Know your computer. Understanding the capabilities of your computer will enhance your productivity.
The way you treat your body will affect the way your mind works.
This is one repetition. Try to do at least 4.
How it’s done: This one begins with a long, slow inhale, followed by a quick, powerful exhale generated from the lower belly. Once comfortable with the contraction, up the pace to one inhale-exhale (all through the nose) every 1 to 2 seconds, for a total of 10 breaths.
When it works best: When it’s time to wake up, warm up or start looking on the brighter side of things