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Want to know some very useful productivity tips? General Chat
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Here are some tips to improve your productivity:

Tip 1: Create “work” triggers for your brain

When you work in an office, the daily routine of getting ready and commuting helps your brain get ready for the day. When you’re working remotely, you can create “start the day” triggers that get your head ready for work in a similar way. Try to remove triggers that could distract you, so you can focus longer. 

Tip 2: Stay motivated with a list

A simple to-do list can do wonders for keeping you both organized, motivated, and productive as you work from home. As you create your list, think about big, long-term goals, like finishing a project, as well as small goals, like completing tasks that lead to that big goal. Checking off those smaller goals lets you know you’re making progress, which gives you positive reinforcement throughout your day. And work feels much more doable when it’s not all one giant task.

Tip 3: Make a schedule for everything

Remote work requires a schedule much like a typical office job, except you’re the only one holding yourself accountable. That doesn’t mean your entire day has to be work only (it’s actually important to take regular breaks to refresh yourself mentally, physically, and emotionally), just that any nonwork activities also need to be scheduled.
When creating your schedule, take into account the other commitments in your life and find a routine that lets you take care of those as well. If you have a child, build their care into your schedule. If you play sports or volunteer, schedule time to get work done before or after these activities.


Tip 4: Get an accountability partner

Ask someone if he or she wants to be your accountability partner. Tell your partner your plan for the day or the week and set up an punishment system. If you don’t finish this task before … then for example you have to do something you really hate. This trick helps you to get some extra motivation to finish your task, so you won’t have to do something you hate doing.

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