10 Tips To Help Skyrocket Your Productivity


If you’re looking for ways to help increase your productivity, then continue reading.

I’ve taken the time to outline 10 simple, but very effective ways to help increase your productivity.

As you go through the list, ask yourself how you can improve your daily routine
Implementing one or maybe all of these tips.

10 Tips To Help Skyrocket Your Productivity

1. Focus On Your Top 3 Daily Priorities

We only have so many hours in a single day. Nail down your 3 most important tasks and focus on those early on in the day until completed.

For myself, my top 3 always consist of producing content. That is, I create a value packed Blog Post, Shoot a Video for my Blog and then mail out the content to my Email List.

2. Exercise for 30 Minutes Every Day

It’s no secret that exercise is good for your body, but it also helps improve your thinking and clarity.

Squeeze in at least some kind of physical activity into your day.

Trust me, you’ll notice the difference in your productivity.

3. Start Work Early & Leave On Time

The earlier you start, the earlier you can finish and move onto enjoying your day.

Procrastination is the number one killer of all success.

Just get’er done!

4. Stop Checking Your Email

Oh man, am I guilty of doing this.

If you can relate, you know what a HUGE time waster this one is.

Make the commitment to only check your email once or utmost twice through out the day.

Stay lazer focused on your Top 3 tasks for the day!

5. Set Limits for Everything

In other words, set limits to how much time you’re going to take to complete a single task.

For example, when I sit down in front of the computer, I use a stop watch. I usually give myself about 30 minutes to write a Blog post.

Keep in mind, I’ve usually prepared in advance before the actual work gets underway.

The point being, give yourself boundaries so that you’re motivated enough to complete the task at hand.

6. Apply the 80/20 Rule

Spend more time on activities that really matter the most, and less on all the other trivial stuff.

Always think 80/20!

7. Stop Multitasking

Multitasking is the mother of all unfinished projects!

When you try to juggle too much, either the project isn’t done well, or it isn’t completed.

Focus on your top 3 tasks, and only do things that will help you in completed these three things.

8. Attend Fewer Meetings/Webinars

This is what I refer to as the “Black Hole” of time wasters.

Now, don’t get me wrong…

Some meetings or webinars can have lots of value and some are even necessary.

The point is, don’t just trivially attend meetings and webinars just to attend.

Identify the purpose in helping you complete your three tasks. If there isn’t none, then cancel out that meeting/webinar from your schedule.

9. Start An Information Diet

We’re buried in information these days. Some of the worst kind is obviously right in front of us…

This includes too much TV, Radio, Newspaper, Social Media, etc.

Challenge yourself to cut out the nonessential. This will make room for the things your mind should be focused on a daily basis such as productivity!

10. Create Thinking Time

Take some time to meditate, pray and to simply collect your thoughts.

I do this just about every morning like clock work!

You’ll find yourself getting clearer and clearer everyday about your lifes journey!

Clarity will then lead to increased productivity!

I know there’s a lot on this post, but these 10 Tips, when applied will make a HUGE difference in increasing your productivity.

If you found this post helpful, please leave me a comment below this post.

To YOUR Success,

Sam Rivera

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  1. says

    Hi Sam this is a very helpful post i love the top 3 items , and the atop checking the emails, that one gets me, i seem to check on emails all the time.

  2. says

    Yes, these 10 tips will help improve your productivity. I agree with you, checking emails is my pitfall also. Glad you found it usefull Brian.

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