We all have 24 hours, but sometimes I feel I do not have the time. I propose to do certain things and I can not finish them.

In fact, blame is the poor organization of time. If you learn to organize your time effectively, you will have time for almost everything you propose.

Organize your next day ...

... the evening before. Write down the things you have to do and the approximate duration of doing them. Sort activities in three categories:

emergencies

Important

beneficial

Prioritize your goals

You can easily prioritize your activities by asking yourself questions like:

What's most important?

How urgent is it?

Do I learn anything from this?

What do I win?

Is it an obstacle or an opportunity?

Does it give me a good or stressful state?

I like what I do?

Does it improve my lifestyle, relationships and health?

Does it help me evolve?

Can I help or motivate others through what I do?

Analyze your day

I think we all know there are three ways to spend time. How? Through thoughts, conversations and actions. At the end of the day, they analyze each of the ways outlined above. What brought you joy, what helped you evolve, what did you learn, and what did you do for the benefit of those around you or society?

Analyze if the actions you have made have made you productive, not just busy. Analyze the efficiency and value of investing these. Try to ask feedback from others to see if you were really productive. Give feedback yourself. At the same time, analyze how much time you have wasted with unnecessary conversations and thoughts. Think about it if you could not channel your time in other directions.

Focus

Statistically speaking, if you are in the middle of an activity and at some point you stop to read a message or anything else to get you back to the efficiency of your pre-production it takes 11 minutes. Stop your applications and put your phone on the silence. Do not think about what to do next day, focus on the present, the work you are doing at the moment. To get better focused, gather information, write your ideas somewhere, listen to instrumental music if you feel like helping.

Take breaks

After each working hour, take a break of at least 10 minutes. Time to disconnect from the work you were doing. Do not think of anything. Let your brain relax, and then you will notice that you have new ideas and you are more energetic and enthusiastic.

You can take a walk, talk to someone who inspires you or you can meditate. You can do anything else as long as it relaxes you. Also, take a break when you are in a stressful and stressful situation. You will make far more productive and intelligent decisions if you do not act according to the impulse felt by the pressure. The best solutions you find when you are relaxed.

Exploit the time spent in public transportation

On your way to the workplace, a meeting or anywhere else you go, take the helmets with you. Listen to a podcast, an audio book, if you have a look at a documentary or an impact movie. Listen to something motivating you or something to learn something new.

Wake up early in the morning

... and does not respond to emails for at least an hour. Your day can only be effective if you start it right. Why wake up at dawn? Morning of the morning does not compare to anything. You can move, meditate, read and take breakfast in peace.

Set goals for the week

... to know the direction you are in, to motivate yourself to efficiency and to feel fulfilled that you have achieved your own goals.

It begins with the most difficult tasks

... because in the first part of the day you have the highest level of productivity, especially from 10:00 to 12:00. Also, another timeframe where you enjoy high productivity is between 16:00 and 18:00.

"As we act, we become more efficient. We never have time to do it all, but we have plenty of time to do things really important. "
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