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Setting better work habits

Small behavioural hacks can assist in better working habits and lead to huge payoffs.

Consider what habits you want to change, then modify your environment to support those behaviours. For example, if you want to read more, keep books or your kindle next to your bed and put your phone further away. If you want to check social media less often, delete those apps from your phone.

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Keyboard shortcuts for productivity

A study found that most people lose about two seconds per minute of work using their mouse instead of keyboard shortcuts. That amounts to eight days a year.

Learning keyboard shortcuts can increase your productivity. Most software shares the same shortcuts - learning a few...

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Read your work out loud

We are all writers. Our success at work or school is partly determined by our ability to communicate through email, reports, projects, and maybe articles or books.

Reading your work out loud makes it easier to test if it sounds right. It helps to make your writing clearer, exact, and more ...

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Batch your meetings

Research found we get 22% less work done when we have a meeting coming up in the next hour or two.

Consider creating rules around your schedule. Batching emails, calls, meetings, or virtual events can leave a longer timespan for you to focus on work without distractions.

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Being productive means being efficient

Being productive means being efficient

Being productive is not about doing more. It is about doing things efficiently.

You have the same number of hours in the day as successful authors, musicians, entertainers, entrepreneurs, and business leaders. Investing time in some simple strategies and m...

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Creating systems

Change begins with a system. The key to reading more books is to modify your environment to support these habits now.

  • Take steps to limit your social media.
  • Talk to your family about starting a reading habit 30 minutes before bed.

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Replacing social media

Replacing social media

Turn your habit of continually checking for social media updates into something useful.ย 

Apps on the phone are attention-grabbing. If the apps are removed or limited to only certain times in a day, you can reduce the need to check your phone.

Go Cold Turkey

Go Cold Turkey

Depending on how bad things have gotten, it might be time to go cold turkey. If you're spending more time on social media than you are interacting with people in real life, give yourself a reality c...

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