May 11, 2022

Simple Strategies for Increasing Work Productivity

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It is important to think about what we are doing and why we are doing it in the first place. There is a huge difference between doing a task because you are supposed to do it, and doing tasks because you love to do it. Even though it may seem to be a simple task, it is important to be aware of the reason why you are doing it.

Make a checklist.

The first step is to create a checklist of the things that need to get done in the next 24 hours and write them down. The list should include the most important tasks first and work in order of importance.

Know Your Limits

I have always said no to many things and it only took me three years to get good at it. I say no to things that I said yes to three years ago. I am no longer willing to do something that I did not enjoy. I am also no longer willing to give in to family and friends when they ask me to do something that I do not want to do.

You are not obligated to answer every request made of you. You are responsible for your actions and you must walk the line, even if it is not the easiest thing to do.

Managing Emails

An email is a vital tool for staying on top of almost everything. Managing email means taking control of your time and avoiding the pitfalls of email communication. It also means staying organized and staying on top of important messages.

Make sure you’re not missing an important email by putting it in a designated folder and checking it. If you get too many emails, they can clutter your mind and become a distraction.

Meditation for Mindfulness

It is a nonreligious practice that promotes mindfulness, which is defined as the awareness of being alive and in the present moment. It’s a technique for reducing stress, managing emotions, and increasing focus and attention.

Rule of 5 Minutes

Every 5 minutes, we should pause for 5 minutes – even if we are standing still. It’s a proven fact that our brains do not differentiate between standing still and moving.

You can use this 5-minute rule to avoid procrastination, anxiety, and frustration – and get more done.

Pomodoro Method

The Pomodoro Method has been around for a long time and is still very popular. This method is based on the premise that if you work for a set amount of time, you will get a lot more done than if you work for a set amount of time.

It is a time management method in which you work on a task for a set period of time and then take a short break. This technique is based on the theory that our brains are best when they are working, and that we can increase our productivity by working in short bursts, followed by a short break. The technique was developed by Francesco Cirillo in the early 1980s. Cirillo referred to the technique as “the method of eighty,”

You must now enjoy the process while always remembering your WHY. This is what the 80/20 rule is all about. You have to embrace it, and live it, and you have to do it well. This is not about being the best. This is about being the best you can be, by embracing the 80/20 rule and making the most of it. 

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As a compassionate motivational speaker specializing personal finance topics and game streamer, Boost Gio has positioned himself in a career that can be explained in one phrase: “serving others.” Devoted advocate for elders, and businessman/woman, He has given without counting the returns, since 2010. Supporting the less fortunate as volunteer. As well as organizing charity events to give value to them. Boost Gio is a certified life coach under The Life Coach Training Institute in Manila, Philippines. A satellite life coach training community from Dallas, Texas. As a life coach, he uses professional expertise and his personal experience from challenging situations in the past to boost elders and businessmen. Helping them leap from comfort zone to courage zone. He is committed to his clients’ personal and professional goals.


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