There are many productivity hacks that can help you get more done in less time. One of the things I get asked quite a bit is how I get so many things done. It’s no secret that I write for several blogs, create digital learning content, professionally help solve problems, make art and participate in several events selling said art.
Over the years I’ve been told to just focus on one thing but it’s totally negating the fact that some of us are multi-passionate creatures – perhaps a little neuro-divergent – and we simply get bored only doing that one thing.
I’ve explored many productivity hacks over the years to find the ones that work for me and thought I share a few of them that you might find helpful.
- Make a to-do list: Having a clear list of tasks can help you prioritize your work and stay organized.
- Set goals: Setting specific, achievable goals can help you stay focused and motivated.
- Take breaks: Taking breaks can help you recharge and come back to your work with renewed focus and energy.
- Minimize distractions: Eliminating or minimizing distractions, such as social media or unnecessary notifications, can help you stay focused on your work.
- Use the Pomodoro Technique: This time management method involves working in short bursts, followed by short breaks. This can help you stay focused and avoid burnout.
- Exercise and eat well: Taking care of your physical health can have a big impact on your mental clarity and productivity.
- Find your most productive time of day: Figure out when you are most productive and try to schedule your most important tasks during that time.
- Use tools and apps to stay organized and on track: There are many tools and apps available that can help you stay organized and on track, such as Trello, Evernote, and Asana.