Automate What You Can
From your bills to mundane tasks, you can free up time by building automated systems.
Find Out Your Most Productive Hours
Everyone has a certain time of the day in which they are more productive than others. Discover what hours allow you to work at your best, and schedule accordingly.
Just five to ten minutes of this meditation can help you relax, clear your mind, and leave you more prepared for any mental activity, which can be really helpful during peak work hours or if you have trouble relaxing.
Research shows that multitasking is not a healthy practice, so for optimum productivity, try to focus on one thing at a time.
Consistent, regular exercise can make you more productive, since it allows your body and mind to operate better under increased amounts of stress. Research has shown that midday exercise boosts productivity and morale in the workplace.
Writing can help you remember things more easily in the future. From Idea Journals, diaries, and note taking, you can better exercise your analytical ability and creativity through writing.
Keep a Pen and Notebook Handy
By keeping these materials nearby, you can jot down what you need immediately.
Research shows that taking intermittent breaks during your workday can, in fact, make you more productive in the long run. Shoot for working in short bursts at your most productive times.
Learn to Read Efficiently
When you learn to read faster and with purpose, you can learn to focus more on the important elements of what you read.