“You don't actually do a project; you can only do action steps related to it. When enough of the right action steps have been taken, some situation will have been created that matches your initial picture of the outcome closely enough that you can call it "done.” - David Allen
Because getting things done boosts your confidence and inspires you to take on the next task, divide your projects into long and short-term goals, then break down the short-term goals into and daily small tasks that you can do in batches.
A simple 1,2,3 Tip To Boost Your Productivity.
OK, this is going to sound so simple, you may be tempted to ignore it and keep looking for "THE" sophisticated productivity to getting more done. But as I like to say, sometimes it's the simple things we ignore that bring quick tangible results. Here's the tip in 3 steps:
- Set a kitchen clock or timer for 25 minutes.
- Focus on ONE task until the alarm goes off.
- Take a small break and reward yourself.
The reward can be patting yourself on the back, :-) a short walk/stretch, a quick social media check-in, your favorite beverage, healthy snack, or whatever floats your boat.
After the 5-minute break, set the timer again and tackle the next single task. Repeat the process and watch your momentum gather as you tick things off and achieve your goals with ease!
This simple hack is called the Pomodoro Technique, a time management method developed by Francesco Cirillo in the late 1980s. And it Works! Try it and let me know your thoughts.
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