III. Produce Result

  • Time to Execute
    • Prepared Task List
      •  Batched Tasks.
      • Online Tools to increase productivity.
      • Take care of each task on your calendar.
      •  Use buffers wisely
  • Things to look into to effectively produce Results
    • Watch the Clock. Keep an eye on the time so that you don't run over your allotments. You can focus on your task, and the alarm will let you know when it’s time to move on.
    • Take the “Is this necessary?” Test. Before starting each task, ask yourself whether it’s truly necessary. Is it something that will help you get toward a specific goal?
    • See it through. If you decide to work on a task for one hour, stick to that one hour. You considered priorities thoroughly when you made your schedule, so see it through.
    • Prevent Distractions. Arrange your work environment so that there are no distractions. Turn off phone notification and stay off social media. Let the others know you’re busy if you don't want to be distracted.
    • Don't be a perfectionist. Perfectionism can hold you back. There’s always something that can be improved, so aim for good enough rather perfect.
    • Make use of waiting time. If there’s delay in completing a task, try to use this productively. This isn’t multitasking per se, but just a way to be more efficient.
    • Look for shortcuts. Always look for shortcuts you can use, like templates or automations. Look at areas that slow you down, that frustrate you. Find ways to power through these or get help to do them better.



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