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3 simple tips to increase your productivity

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Do you know that great feeling, when all tasks are completed in time with a satisfying result? Instead of feeling tired and exhausted it gives you a lift and a boost of positive energy. Although there are many tips out there on how to increase your productivity we highlighted three ourselves.

1) Plan your day the night before

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Take the time and make it a habit to plan the next day the night before. Experience teaches us that short-term planning and setting goals is the pathway to long-term success. It keeps you focused on the next step ahead, helps you to stay on track, and creates momentum. Setting short-term goals will boost your confidence, keep your motivation high and make success seem achievable. It also helps you to sleep better if you write down your plans for the next day.  

2) Use a checklist or to-do list 

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Checklists are essential productivity tools and create a clear overview of the tasks in front of you. The most productive way to use a to-do list is to sort activities according to their importance. This way you will deal with necessary tasks when your mind is fresh and get them done. A good strategy to stay productive and focus on the most important tasks is a prioritized list. A “things I have to get done” list will make you do activities with high priority first.  

2) Use a checklist or to-do list 

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Checklists are essential productivity tools and create a clear overview of the tasks in front of you. The most productive way to use a to-do list is to sort activities according to their importance. This way you will deal with necessary tasks when your mind is fresh and get them done. A good strategy to stay productive and focus on the most important tasks is a prioritized list. A “things I have to get done” list will make you do activities with high priority first.  

3) Discipline over motivation

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We would all agree motivation is what keeps us going and upbeat but sometimes hard to find. Realizing that being highly motivated every day is fairly impossible is the first step to staying productive. We could say, motivation is when you feel like doing something, but discipline is getting things done. Simply keeping this in mind can help you with staying consistent even on days with less motivation. Productivity is a continuous process that is influenced by a person’s mindset and led by self-discipline.  

Do you have some tips you would like to share? We would love to hear them!

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