Habits of Productive People
No matter what you do, you'll likely feel the urge to be more productive. Wether that's finishing up an essay for school, wrapping up a big project at work, or even just getting things done at home – being more productive will help you feel great.
But what are some habits that you can start to employ to be more productive?
Keep it simple
If you're like most people, you probably have an endless list of things to get done. Getting things done shouldn't be about cramming as many things as possible into your day. Take a "less-is-more" approach with your daily tasks – Ivy forces you to focus on no more than 6 things per day.
Use your morning to set the bar
It can be a huge productivity killer to start your day with email, text messages, slack, twitter, and more. Try giving yourself an hour or two in the morning to get ready for the day. Try going to the gym, meditating, or journaling in the morning before jumping into the digital world.
Work on the most challenging task first
Working on your most challenging task first will help you feel less anxious about getting through the rest of the things you have on your plate for the day.
It has been proven time and time again that multi-tasking can be a huge productivity killer. Focus on one thing at a time, and you'll quickly see that you're going to be more productive.