“Time” and “money” are the core factors leading you to fall back from the entire world. If you had no time but lots of money, hire someone to take care of some of the tasks. Similarly, if you had lots of time but no money, find a job or think about new business ideas at that time. To earn money, you need to find ways to increase your hours in your day. Unless you have a time machine (in which case, please share with us as well), you must learn how to be more productive. Here are five tips to increase your productivity. Additionally, stating some quotes of some very busy yet successful people. Above all, We are sure each tip is worthy enough to follow.
Do the most important work/task first
We all make a to-do list daily, but let’s be honest that only one or two tasks are very important to do. Therefore, to set up an ongoing pace to the day you need to do that most important task first.
“I think a simple rule of business is, if you do the things that are easier first, then you can make a lot of progress.” – Mark Zuckerberg
Have track of your working hours
If you notice your daily, then you’ll be stunned by how much time we waste. From checking emails to surfing social media. Hence, tracking your time can be an important aspect of your productivity.
“The way we measure productivity is flawed. People checking their BlackBerry over dinner is not the measure of productivity.” – Timothy Ferriss
By managing time, you can easily sort out which thing you have to cut off from the day.
Technology can be used as a tool
You’ll get bundles of online and offline tools to increase your productivity. So make good use of them.
“Working on the right thing is probably more important than working hard.” –Caterina Fake
Multitasking is a folk tale
Let me elaborate this with a quote:
“If you don’t pay appropriate attention to what has your attention, it will take more of your attention than it deserves.” – David Allen
According to a study, multitasking can reduce your productivity by 40%. Yes! You heard it right. By 40%. Despite being said, multitasking is just a folk tale.
When you try to multitask, you end up doing multiple tasks less effectively than doing a few tasks more effectively.
You are considered a smart person if you do ten things at once and indolent if you do one thing at a time. The following quote explained it beautifully:
“Do three things well, not ten things badly.” – David Segrove
Keep a safe distance from distractions
“It is not enough to be busy… The question is: what are we busy about?” – Henry David Thoreau
Beautifully explained by Henry D. Thoreau, if you don’t have strong will power then keep a good distance from all the distractions.
You need to understand one thing – “Focus at the present moment”. Be fully at the thing which you’re doing. Learn to live in the present moment.
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