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Proven Steps to the Most Productive day You’ll Ever Have

  1. WRITE IT DOWN

Put a habit of writing down each task and commitment. Just frees up your mind and Use To-do list Tool instead of memory for remembering daily work.

“If you spend too much time thinking about a thing, you’ll never get it done.” ~ Bruce Lee

2. GET A HEAD START

Take out 10 minutes to look over your next day tasks, before leaving your workspace or before going to bed. Planning your work will help you in achieving your goals and also you’ll be better prepared mentally for the challenges ahead before waking up, and there won’t be any room for procrastination in the morning.

3. DO THE HARDEST THING FIRST

The best solution for being productive and alleviating stress is start with the hardest thing, before going for everyday daily work. It helps to tackle a portion of a harder project at work.

4. BUILD UP YOUR ENERGY

Do what you love. Highly productive people seem to be brimming with enthusiasm, but that doesn’t come naturally to everyone. To help you get your energy levels up, take a moment every morning to write down your purpose, or the why behind your current pursuit.

“It’s not knowing what to do, it’s doing what you know.” ~ Tony Robbins

5. USE ONLINE PRODUCTIVITY TOOLS:

Most of the highly productive person and companies use Project Management Tool to perform better in their work. You can use Indydesk to be more productive at your workplace.

6. DITCH YOUR NOTIFICATIONS

One of the major productivity killers is the distraction of constant interruptions: emails, phone calls, people appearing at your door…

Instead, schedule time at the beginning and the end of the day specifically for all notifications. Then, unless something especially critical is coming in, feel free to ignore it the rest of the time.

7. WORK ON 80/20 (the 20% tasks that make the most impact )

Do you ever feel challenged balancing your work and life?

Do you apply the 80–20 rule at work? But its impact can be felt in your workplace.

➡ Learn to say no, and put a price on your time.

➡ Go with your gut.

➡ Measure everything.

8. AUTOMATE (Use technology wherever you can )

Technology has finally reached a point where we can automate a lot of our daily operations. By automating a few of your tasks, you save hours per week.

You can then use that time for Deep Work or taking breaks. Putting some of your daily tasks on autopilot is key to working smarter

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