7 Habits You Need to Do Each Day to Boost Your Productivity at Work
Habits become part of your everyday living. These are traits and practices that make up who you are right now.
Clear your clutter of terrible routines and try these quick and helpful habits instead.
1. Get ready for the next day’s work—5 minutes can make a huge difference.
It’s true: old habits are hard to break. But the good thing is they can be replaced. Ready your outfit, food, and other things you need for the next day. This will make your morning seamless and easier.
2. Follow the 2-minute rule to overcome procrastination.
Here’s a plain and straightforward strategy everyone at work should note. If it only takes two minutes or less to complete a task, do it right away. It’s a small, simple step that turn into miles of accomplishment.
3. Post an “I am thankful because…” compliment per day through sticky notes.
Make yourself feel better by complimenting on your own your skills and talents. Build a positive vibe while you work. Know your strengths and acknowledge them through visual aids. You are awesome the way you are, and you deserve every bit of compliment.
4. Spend less on social media, phone, and unnecessary e-mails.
We’re sorry to say that spending too much time on the internet or on social media does take your productivity. Cut off distractions—go offline for a minute and focus on important tasks.
5. Take a 10-minute break after every 50-minute work.
You need a breather. You spend too much time on your desk, so why don’t you take a short break? Grab a snack, go for a quick walk, or bask a fresh air outside. Since you exhaust your brain and body after hours of work, take a break and come back ready to accomplish tasks with recharged energy.
6. Focus on what’s “important” and “urgent.”
Understand the element of “important” and “urgent.” Check your everyday work, but only do the things that matter at the very moment. Break down your project into chunks, and monitor them to ensure you are on the right track. One task at a time.
7. Implement the 20-20-20 rule during work hours.
Staring at the computer screen for too long is unhealthy. After 20 minutes of staring at your screen, take your attention to somewhere else. Focus on an object that is 20 feet away for 20 seconds—so you can reduce computer eye strain and relax your eyes for a while.
Remember that productivity is mastered through habits. Practice doable habits for a day to help you push onward when matters get difficult, and transform yourself into a more productive you.
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