Boost Your Productivity

H ere’s another laundry list of suggestions for increasing productivity. Below are the first three suggestions from the list.

  1. Nuke it! The most efficient way to get through a task is to delete it. If it doesn’t need to be done, get it off your to do list.
  2. Daily goals. Without a clear focus, it’s too easy to succumb to distractions. Set targets for each day in advance. Decide what you’ll do; then do it.
  3. Worst first. To defeat procrastination learn to tackle your most unpleasant task first thing in the morning instead of delaying it until later in the day. This small victory will set the tone for a very productive day.

The complete list is here: 33 Rules to Boost Your Productivity

And remember: YMMV and DNWFE

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