The Secrets To Enhancing Productivity Every Day

The Secrets To Enhancing Productivity Every Day

Productivity is something many people struggle with. Getting into that ‘flow state’ each day can be tough, but there are things you can do to get focused and enhance your productivity each day.

Below, you’ll find just a few secrets that will help you to enhance your productivity each day. 

  1. Give Yourself 20 Minutes

It takes just 20 minutes to get into the flow state. All you have to do is get past the first 20 minutes and you should get so focused on your task that you no longer feel like procrastinating! 

  1. Set Your Own Deadlines

If you don’t have a deadline, set one yourself. Setting meaningful deadlines can be a great way to ensure you have an incentive to avoid procrastination and get things finished. 

  1. Reward Yourself 

You don’t have to eat a slab of cake after every email you send, but you can give yourself rewards. For example, taking a nice hot bath if you finish everything by a certain time, or treating yourself to a bar of chocolate when you’ve done that hard task you were dreading. Be sensible, but make them a good incentive for you to complete whatever it is you’re doing. 

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More Tips For Productivity

  1. Use Software To Help You

There are all kinds of software out there that can help you to get more done. Digital asset management is just one example of something you could implement to make your day go much smoother and have more free time for other things. 

  1. Use The Pomodoro Technique

The Pomodoro technique is a smart way of working that many studies have backed up. You simply set a timer – some like to set it for 30 minutes while others may want to set it a little longer – and you work until the timer runs out. You then take a short break of around 5-10 minutes and do it all over again. When you have done this a few times and completed some real work, you can take a longer break if you need to. This stops you from procrastinating as you know you only have a short time to work before you get a short break. It helps many people to stay focused and get more done. 

  1. Take A Nap

Napping isn’t procrastinating. If you feel sluggish midway through the day, it could be a great time to take a 20-minute nap to recuperate. Many people find doing this helps to give them the energy and mental capacity they need to complete the day. Napping has lots of health benefits

  1. Focus On Your Health

Exercise in the morning and you’ll get the blood pumping to your brain and feel so much happier and more alert for the rest of the day – you’ll sleep better at night, too! Get plenty of sleep, stay hydrated, and eat balanced meals. Taking care of your health and wellbeing allows you to be more productive, as well as look after your health in the long run. 

Productivity Tips:

  1. Minimize Distractions 

Avoid scrolling mindlessly or going through your emails before you’ve done any real work. This is especially important in the morning. Find ways to cut them down, such as locking your phone away for a set amount of time each day. If you work at home and you have a family, it might help you to get a lock installed on your home office door, or at the very least, discuss what is acceptable and what isn’t while you’re working. Set boundaries. 

  1. Avoid Multi-Tasking

Multi-tasking can sometimes feel like we’re getting more done, but in reality, it can slow us down. Focus on one task at a time! 

  1. Create A Helpful To-Do List

You should have around 3-5 essential things on your to-do list. If something isn’t essential, don’t include it. Many people make the mistake of just piling thing after thing onto their list, only to feel upset when they can’t get it all done. Anything you get done on top of your essentials can be a bonus! 

  1. Do The Hardest Task First

Take care of the hardest task first and everything else will be easy in comparison. Remember, you just need 20 minutes to get into the flow state! 

  1. Take Care Of Smaller Tasks As Soon As You Get Them

Providing you’re not using them to procrastinate, tasks that take 2 minutes or less should be done as soon as you get them. This way they won’t clutter up your to-do list. 

How will you enhance your productivity?

 

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