Daily Dedicated Planning Time
Normally 5-10 minutes in the morning or Evening they set aside to think through that day’s (or the next day’s) tasks and to outline a game plan for getting them accomplished.
Take Care Of Quick Tasks Immediately
While any task come in their mind and it requires less few minutes of their time, productive people will attend to it right away, eliminating the need to write it down or try to remember it later.
Prioritize Their To-Do List
When the day’s list of their work is too long to realistically complete in a day, that list is then rearranged to reflect the absolute essentials.
When To Do Multitask Or Not
Multitasking gets a bad rap, but highly productive people understand that sometimes it does work—like when you’re listening to a career-related podcast while wiping down your kitchen counters, or when you’re brainstorming project ideas while going for your morning walk.
Breaks In Work
It may sound counter intuitive, but working for the full day does not a productive person make. They take some short breaks for things like food, water, and movement actually make people more effective and efficient.
Appreciate What Did They Get Done Instead Of Stressing
Like most another things in life, being productive is requires a good attitude. At the end of the day, looking at the bright side and choosing to see the accomplishments rather than the missteps means that you’ll feel better, sleep better, and be better prepared to be productive again tomorrow.