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You might like to work with something happening in the background, and that's okay. But you should minimise other distractions. That might mean turning off notifications, staying off social media, or setting an autoresponder to emails.
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Find a productivity technique that works for you. Try the pomodoro technique—set a 25 minute timer, focus only on the one task, then take a 5 minute break.
Done is better than perfect.
Give yourself permission to make mistakes. When we make mistakes, we learn, and we grow.
For freelancers, clients don't usually care about your working hours, as long as you get projects in on time. Introduce a routine that works around when you are most productive, even if it means working in the evening instead of the morning. Just make sure you have a set start time and a...
Start the day with a list of everything that needs to be completed by the end of the day. Prioritise them, and tick things off as you go.
If you are easily overwhelmed, break each task down into small manageable chunks so it's easier to do one step at a time.
Multitasking isn't effective—it lowers productivity and can lead to feeling overwhelmed.
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For any focused work session, we should prevent the distractions we can control.
Do not put your smartphone on your work desk.
Even though turning off all notifications and turning the device to silent mode might eliminate distraction, having it physically there would give your mind a subconscious signal that someone might be looking for you.
Our behaviour can be shaped by things we are unaware of.
For example, when we try to focus on our work, it's easy to wander off track with distractions such as checking social media or answering emails. Suspending Facebook accounts or deleting apps from your phone can help to reduce th...
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