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Try this productivity hack…
And you get a reward
I’m a consumer of productivity hacks. I love them. I try many of them. I switch them up from time to time. No one productivity hack works for all situations in perpetuity because the way you work changes overtime.
A recent Inc. magazine article offered a good reminder of a few hacks, and it prompted me to share one that I have been using lately.
I am working to be much more deliberate about determining my To-Do list each day. Historically, I usually have a master running list that is prioritized. I work that list each day until my designated “quit time” for the day. Now, I’m taking that one step further.
I determine which items I will work to complete in a particular day, given my schedule, and then I stop working, even if it’s before my “quit time”. So, I may give myself 4 tasks and when I complete them, I get a reward—time for myself. It has motivated me to be hyper-focused to get those tasks done efficiently, without (much) interruption, and I get an extra 30 minutes or an hour for personal life stuff.
This hack has diminished the feeling of a never-ending To-Do list and has helped me to feel more accomplished. Give it a try!
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A self-reflection moment
I scream…You scream
Let it rip!
The stigma has an impact
Do more than treat the symptoms
Fix the root cause
Stop making it about “Where”
Focus on giving more autonomy
Wash, Rinse, Repeat
The joy-sucking nature of monotony.
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