How to make your day more efficient

It is difficult to have a productive day during this pandemic. Stuck between the loop of online classes and home activities. Productiveness has somehow lost its way. Make your day more efficient. But list-making won’t get you any closer to peak productivity levels. You must learn a way to complete them.

Ways to increase efficiency/productivity.

To make a day more efficient. To make room for increased yield. Try to follow these to make your day more efficient.

Cut your to-do list:

To even reach half of the planned stuff. Cut the list in half. Accomplish small and easy tasks. Accomplish the most important work. Check off the list. Then increase the list gradually.

Take more breaks:

Give your brain some rest and breathable space. As said, “Every 20 minutes, stop for 20 seconds and look 20 meters away”. This helps your eye muscles to relax from the constant screen time. Take a walk, grab a snack, or meditate. You will come back recharged. And will work more efficiently.

Morning Routine:

It is the most crucial time of your day. A good morning can increase your efficiency. Vice-Versa a bad one can ruin it. Start your morning with a good breakfast. Meditate or work out. Do not spend time checking emails and the calendar. Fill in the fuel you need for the day. Just start your morning with a thoughtful plan for the day. Do not login into the screen at least for 2 hours after waking up.

Plan your crucial tasks before lunch:

Try to finish your most important tasks before lunch. Your brain is fresh during day time. You will get a huge boost of productivity. Just plan those boring meetings for after lunch.

5 PM means 5 PM (or pack uptime)

Always leave your work at the office. Do not bring it home. You get trapped in working at home. And then you cannot plan your next day fruitfully.

STOP Multitasking:

It’s good if you can multitask. But avoid it sometimes. Never confuse your brain with 10 things at once. Leading to wrecking up off 8 of them. Work on one thing and excel in it. The Stanford researchers compared groups of people based on their tendency to multitask and their belief that it helps their performance. They found that heavy multitaskers (those who multitask a lot and feel that it boosts their performance) were worse at multitasking than those who like to do a single thing at a time.

Laziness is equal to less Productivity

Stop giving excuses. Laziness is the number 1 contributor to decreased efficiency. Answering emails and attending meetings is not work. Do not hide behind them. Focus on the most essential things. Which helps you to learn and grow.

Clean and Organized Work Station:

The most essential point. It is of utmost importance to organize your working table. A messy setup leads to chaos. It leads to increased inefficiency. Once it’s settled then start working. So that your mind is focused at once.

Say NO

It’s time to deny the work when you are done with yours. Learn to say NO if you cannot do a certain thing. Ask for it to be allotted the next day. Additionally do not keep something to you. Save everyone’s time.

Celebrate your Work

When you complete a task or something that seemed difficult to you, clap for yourself. Compliment yourself for completing it. Rewards are necessary to maintain the boost. Take a 10 minutes break. Make sure to rest and work.

Night-Time

After a hectic day. Sleep on time. It is crucial to have a salient night’s sleep for the next day.

Apply these in your daily routine. Then notice the change. Find out the best products and services near you. Download the Fyndhere app now.

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