Day-to-day routine tasks: how to prioritise and get motivation.

If you checked my previous story — I concluded that planning your day with calendars is not the most efficient way. I am that kind of person, who constantly checking approaches to improve my time management. After I graduated — I started understanding the value of the time and how important it is not to waste it. Especially if you work 8–9h every day at your permanent workplace and you still want to achieve something by working on your own projects, do some freelance jobs, do online learning etc. And all of that in a small gap between the time I come back from work and before I go to sleep.

Nothing really worked for me

Way to improve my productivity

What I did

Of course, life is unpredictable and it’s almost impossible to have all the tasks ticked out by the end of the week, but that is the main motivation. To understand my approach better — have a look on the picture above.

It’s hard to say whether it is something innovative and whether it can help everyone, but at least it worked for me. And I belive it can work for others. Please share in comments your thoughts and ways I can improve this approach.

A sneak peek of my next story — digitalising this approach and how I got the result (https://theweekr.com).

The Weekr

Time Management tool with focus on weeks which allows to plan the week, track progress and improve productivity.

Vladyslav Selitbovskyi

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The Weekr

The Weekr

Time Management tool with focus on weeks which allows to plan the week, track progress and improve productivity.