50 Tips to Boost Your Productivity E-book


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50 Tips to Boost Your Productivity 1. Outsource

Prioritize your time by eliminating the unnecessary tasks and outsourcing your weaknesses. In this way, your time and focus is directed to where you’ll make the biggest impact for your business.

2. Eliminate temptation to waste time

This is especially so if you are in the online industry. There are so many distractions online, from news to gossip to videos and etc. One way to do away with such distractions is to deliberately cripple the technology to boost productivity. You do this by restricting access to sites that distract you for the period you are working.

3. Wake Up Early

Early-risers have more productive mornings, get more done, and report less stress on average than “late-risers.” Early mornings are usually very productive times to complete important tasks. You will be able to accomplish more in the same amount of time.

4. Take Your Breaks Seriously

Don’t eat lunch in your office. Use lunch time to rejuvenate, refresh and to really take a break. You have to re-energize by getting out of the chair and out of that room. After lunch, you will much more productive because you have the renewed energy to complete your tasks more efficiently.

5. Leave Your Work Unfinished Before Your Break

This helps you to zap right back into the flow once you get back because your brain craves completion. This is actually a famous writing tip from Hemingway – he always left the last sentence unfinished, so he could pick up again easily the next session.

6. One Thing At A Time

Multitasking cuts back on your productivity so instead of juggling multiple projects at once, focus on one thing at a time by scheduling out blocks of time — or even entire days — during which you only concentrate on one task or one project.

7. Salvage “Dead Time” With Technology

“Dead time” are the small pockets of times spent while waiting in offices, waiting in airports, waiting before a lecture, waiting on the bus and etc. Be productive at the moment dead time begins by engaging in activities such as reading things that will help in your business of increase the efficiency of your daily tasks. You can get low cost eReaders like the Kindle, the iPhone and, of course, the iPad.

8. Begin With The Least Urgent Task

The idea is to complete your tasks before they become urgent. And the only way to do that is to work on the least urgent tasks first.


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