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Learn to identify your most productive hours
Its true, most productive people know which time of the day they can be most creative and efficient. They identify and allot these hours for the best part of their work. This way they are able to give their 100% awareness to the job and business productivity.
Early to rise- A winning habit
Waking up early is a personal habit that has all the plusses on its side. You need not necessarily go to work that early. It’s a habit that gives you more time for personal care, like mediation, exercise, walking, planning, writing, anything you wish to do without interruptions. This will set you off to bring out your best during the day.
Decide Exactly What to do
If you think a meeting is unnecessary, skip it. Productive people know when to attend and when not. Also learn how to delegate like a master- allot tasks accurately so that most of the work is done faster by many skilled people rather than you alone. When you need help there is no harm in asking. Using multiple resources for problem solving is often the right way.
Focus on Your Talents
You are an expert in a field. Try to be a master. Hone your skills and build on your core competencies rather than trying to learn diverse skills. Focus on your strengths and this alone will move you and your business productivity forward.
Sleep More –Watch Less TV
Successful people don’t waste much time in front of the TV. They know the value of time and use it to either get the much needed rest or do some task which may be left unfinished at home. 8 hours sleep or powernaps to make up lost sleep is a habit all successful people stick to.
Love what you do
If you are doing something you like and you have found a career that exactly suits your intelligence and capability, then it makes you naturally more productive. You need to have a keen interest in your job and it automatically leads you to higher levels of perfection and productivity. Lack of interest spells lack of productiveness.
Being Busy all the Time is not productive
There is a marked difference between seeming to be busy in unnecessary supervising and getting valuable work done without micromanaging. If you are able to get the most crucial work done, within the specified time, through right delegation, you will be able to spend time some time on your own for strategic thinking and planning.
You can increase your business productivity by using time wisely, maintaining healthy habits, waking early and getting enough sleep, delegating tasks which do not need your personal attention. You should be passionate about your work and spend valuable time building strategies for growth.
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