rethink your definition of productivity to squash uninspired filler

rethink your definition of productivity to squash uninspired filler

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  1. i like your tips on productivity here, kelton!

    i’ve actually just published a blog post on productivity hacks at my internet marketing blog. it helps to learn what the successful do and how they do it when it comes to productivity. i’ve also found that you need to try different things out to find out what works best for you to help you become a productive machine.

    i might try what you’ve mentioned here and go analog for an entire day! 🙂

    thank you for sharing this! 😀

    have a great week!

  2. i have two principles for maximizing my productivity.

    1) always focus on one work at a time it would make you catch pace on that specific work as attention does not get diverted.

    2) find the perfect balance between perfect work and worse work. it is always about how much balance because sometimes if you go for perfect work then nothing would get done on time and the rational person would always understand find the minimum required quality.

    my final advice would be to never spend more than 10% of your time on brainstorming instead just start doing it.

  3. i found there’s an additional step i need to add to be more productive – get in a good mood. i’ve got the attention span of a cat when i’m grumpy, or tired, or pissed off. but if i’m in a good mood? i get in the zone so much faster.

    hey, any excuse to rock out to some billy idol before getting the work done, right?

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