Sustaining productivity is important because it contributes to growth in output, income, and standard of living. This can be achieved by:
Taking care of your health
A tired, pain-ridden, and sleep-deprived body is a perfect formula for sabotaging your productivity, as it causes memory loss, elevated stress hormone levels, and a drastic reduction in mental concentration. As a consequence, if getting things done is important to you, make sleep, exercise, good nutrition, and downtime a priority.
Working towards your Future.
People who are extremely efficient think about what they would need in the future and plan accordingly.
Do you, for example, set your coffee maker to brew on a timer the night before or pick up your dry cleaning before it’s due? When you don’t have to spend time looking for, restoring, and doing stuff when you need them, thinking a few hours – or even days – ahead will make your future self less anxious and much more efficient.
Focusing on one thing at a time.
Although multitasking seems like a great idea that will help you do more things at once, however, multitasking can limit your productivity and the quality of work you do. The most productive people put all of their time and energy into one task, usually the one item on their to-do list that will propel them forward into the most success.
Not falling for distractions
Distractions come in different sizes and forms like; pleasure, emotional troubles, etc. The best way to deal with distractions is to remind yourself of the great work reward you would be missing if you fall for them.
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