Productivity Tips To Learn From Life Coaches
Time management and setting boundaries are some of the productivity tips that will help you get stuff done without losing your mind.
Whether your to-do list seems endless or you're having trouble with motivation lately, your productivity level might be lower than you expect.
For whatever reason, it's essential to identify these blockages and time-consuming activities that are on the way to your productivity peak and find some momentum to get s**t done. Here are a few tips on how to do it.
Throw A Cleaning Party
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Getting rid of the clutter on your office desk, phone, email box, house, or anywhere that needs to be cleaned and organized. Schedule one day to take care of the clutter as having an organized space will help you focus on what's important.
Make A List
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To-do lists are important, so don't pass this one. When you write down every task or commitment you have throughout your day, it frees your mind from unnecessary energy-drainer jobs. A trusted system rid your mind of worries and distractions.
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Being productive when you're tired, sleep-deprived, or sick can be some of the hardest things to do. Prioritizing and scheduling time for leisure, eating well, sleeping well, exercise, and practicing the things you enjoy, you'll benefit you in the long run.
Delegate When Necessary
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Asking for help isn't always easy. But being overwhelmed with work might cost your productivity and after all, not everything that needs to be done in your life must be done by you. Don't be afraid to ask for help and delegate activities that can be done by someone else.
Learn How To Say No
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Are you one of those who have a calendar filled with boring and unnecessary meetings that could be replaced by a 5-minute call or an email? How many commitments have you made that don't really need to be kept at all?
When you say no to things that aren't worth your energy, time, and attention, you open space for things that really matter. If you have problems with saying no to others, a polite "Thank you for thinking of me, but unfortunately I can't." will do it.