1. Write a blog to chronicle your own personal development and achievements
This keeps you accountable and always working towards self improvement and personal growth.
2. Plan out all of your meals a week ahead and make your grocery list accordingly
This will save you quite a bit of time and money.
3. Step away from the computer
The Internet has become one of the number one distractions. To increase your productivity, try to do as much of your work offline as possible. I do this a lot with my writing and have found it to be very beneficial to simply unplug.
4. Write out a to-list each day
I like to plan my day the night before. This way, I can get started on my most important tasks as soon as I wake up.
5. As you go throughout your day, repeatedly ask yourself
Am I currently making the best possible use of my time?” This one simple question can be an excellent boost to your productivity.
6. Get plenty of sleep
When you work online, sleep can become a long lost memory. However, it’s important to get plenty of sleep so that your working hours can be as productive as possible.
Research has shown that midday exercise boosts productivity and morale in the workplace. Take a short walk at lunch to maximize your productivity.
8. Organize your office
The piles of paper around your desk can be a huge barrier on your productivity. Optimize your time by organizing your office, setting up a system, and dumping the junk.
9. Turn off the TV
The average American watches more than 4 hours of television every day. Over a 65-year life, that’s 9 years glued to the tube. Turn off the TV and you are sure to get
more out of life.
10. Listen to educational audio books
while you’re driving to work, cleaning the house, exercising, or cooking dinner. Audio learning has the power to add hours to your day. Not to mention, your cranium is sure to thank you for it.
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