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How To Do a Brain Dump

  • Write down in a list all the tasks you can think of that's been provided to you
  • Group the tasks together and sort them out from most urgent down to the ones with a flexible deadline
  • For the tasks that are not-so-important, either you delegate them to someone else or you postpone them
  • Delete distractions and make it a priority to delete them
  • Afterwards, finish the task that takes the least amount of time to do and move forward from there.

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Feedback Timing

Spending too much time on planning and editing is not an ideal way to work. As much as possible we want to be efficient with our time so that we won't lose the momentum of focus.

Here's how:

  • Gather enough information to initiate the project and work until yo...

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Time Blocking

  • The statement "I just don't have enough time" is an explicable untruth.
  • Time-blocking can help with handling your time in an efficient manner.
  • This will aid you in being more specific and focused on your workload while needing less time to...

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Detailed Checklists

  • Detailed checklists are especially helpful when tackling complex projects. Here you can be as meticulous as you can be.
  • It's a system that gets things done without thinking too much and this system works even if you delegate it to someone else, you'll be able to re...

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Context Switching

Context Switching

Most of us like to multitask thinking that it is keeping us working efficiently, however, many studies are believing the contrary.

Context switching is a factor that keeps us from performing at our best. When given multiple projects, staying in the zone is harder than one ...

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Batching

Procrastinating is frustrating. To lessen this try this method and see if it works out for you:

  • List down all the things you have to do (just like in brain dumping except you expand on the tiny tasks)
  • Group the tasks together in the same place, platform, or pattern
  • ...

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Themed Days

  • Assign a context or a theme for every day of the week so that you can add variety to your weekdays.
  • Create a list of the tasks that you have to perform and group them into different days that fits your needs.
  • Kee...

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There is a difference between patience & procrastination.

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A list of tasks you simply don't do: You delete them, delegate them, outsource them or simply say no when they try to find their way on your to-do list:

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'Eating that Frog' in short

  1. Define your goals and write them down.
  2. Break those goals down into tasks.
  3. Break those tasks down into the smallest possible subtasks.
  4. Prioritize your tasks, and delete/delegate tasks you don't need to do.
  5. Schedule time on your calendar every single day, ideall...

Prioritize Tasks

  1. Write down all your tasks.
  2. Identify what’s urgent and what’s important. After each task, mark them with “U” for Urgent and “I” for Important. 
  3. Assess value: look at your “I” tasks and identify the high-value drivers of your work. You want to find which ta...

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