At home, I spend most of the time on my own, studying, planning, scheduling the coming days. Between two activities, I take a look at social media notifications or I reply to received messages. Getting things done this way, I find it helpful to share with you the method I am using to become more productive.
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If you are looking for a reference that gives you the list of the steps to follow in order to become more productive in your activities, this blog post has all you need to improve your day-to-day productivity. It is a process that will help you save time and better focus on your work.
Efficiency is doing things right; effectiveness is doing the right things.”
— Peter F. Drucker
One thing that will help you accomplish more tasks rapidly is the fact of being selective every time and to place your efforts in what deserves your time and your attention. It is a matter of priority!
1. The To-Do- List:
Make an effort to identify what needs to be done
2. The Not-to-Do List:
Make an effort to identify what needs to be stopped
3. The To-Do-Less List:
Make an effort to identify what needs to be less done
4. The To-Do-More List:
Make an effort to identify what needs to be more done
This blog post remains available to you; you can come back and check it any time, and particularly retain the part that you do not practice frequently. You can also print it for your next less busy day.
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Originally published at www.idioumarou.com on June 26, 2015.