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Become a Productive Person

Updated on July 23, 2016

Do you want to be able to done more things in less time? I think, that your answer is ‘yes’. But we are all given the same 24 hours in a day as everyone else. So how can we use them to work on us? The answer is – good time-management. I hope that next tips will help you to be more productive during your day.

Get up early. Every morning is a fresh start. A good start is half the battle won. It will motivate you to stay ahead. When you get up early, feeling relaxed and organized, you are more confident, focused and ready to seize the day. So wake up, get up, brush your teeth and drink a glass of water. Water fires up your metabolism, hydrates you, helps your body flush out toxins and gives your brain fuel. After that do your 15 morning exercises. Make your morning workout as a rule. By exercising in the morning you will find that your energy levels much higher throughout the day. With regular exercise most people experience a reduction in stress. They are better able to handle the typical stresses of the day. Working out first thing in the morning ensures that the day will be easier to manage. Also you will feel more healthy.

After you finish your morning routine you should visualize your daily plan. But you need to have this plan already at the morning, so you should make a to-do list the evening before. Write down all tasks that you want to do on your daily list. Then prioritize them by importance. Ask yourself: ‘which task will make me feel most accomplished?‘ That is task number one. Choose 2-3 main tasks and put them on top. Those would be the most important things that you will necessary do, you need to start with them.

After you visualize your daily plan you should start doing things according to it. Most important thing is to remove or avoid all distractions. Such as TV, radio, different posts on social network…etc. All these eat your time. Prepare your mind for work, think about your tasks and how you’ll solve them. Stop procrastinating and just do it! Focus on just one task at a time and do it with your full focus. This creates less stress and will allow for better results and less chaos.

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While you are working do not forget to take breaks. Our minds need an occasional rest in order to stay alert and productive. You should take 10-15 minutes breaks after 1-2 working hours. Little secret of highest level of productivity over a work day is not working longer, but working smarter with frequent breaks. While you are on break you can grab something to eat, or go out and breeze, have a chat with colleague, listen favorite song or whatever that would not take more than 15 minutes and help you relax. Then go back to your task.

After all when you done all work, without a doubt, how we end today will effect our ability to hit the ground running tomorrow. So you should not forget to make a plan for tomorrow.

Then give your time to your hobbies or to other things\people that make you happy.

When you are ready to finish your day, go to sleep in plenty of time to feel refreshed in the morning.

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