If you have one important task you need to do the next day, try planning an outline for it. Think of all its separate components and take 10-15 minutes to get a well-planned outline.
This reduces the time you spend the next day thinking about how to approach it.
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Train yourself to try and implement something you do every time before you start work. That may be having a coffee, taking a shower, or meditating.
By doing this, you create a good habit in your brain. Allowing your brain to understand your pre-work routine as a cue to start preparing itself for work.
You may have found that at certain times in the day you have more energy to complete certain tasks. Or maybe you just feel more motivated to do it.
So pay attention to when those times are and manage the tasks you complete around your energy, not your time.
Let's define productivity. Productivity is a measure of efficiency of a person completing a task. We often assume that productivity means getting more things done each day. Wrong. Productivity is getting important things done consistently. And no matter what you are working on, there are only a few things that are truly important.
Being productive is about maintaining a steady, average speed on a few things, not maximum speed on everything.
The things we measure are the things we improve. Through clear tracking we have an idea that if we are getting better or worse .
The trick is to realize that measuring is not a judgment about who you are, it's just feedback on where you are.
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