About Productivity

A series of posts on boosting personal productivity

Being able to do little yet reap a lot is every individual’s ideal work formula.

Though not always possible there are some interesting ways this can be achieved to some level of satisfaction for all. Productivity is generally measure by the resulting outcome produced and if this outcome is acceptable then the productivity percentage is deemed acceptable too, therefore understanding the elements that are required are where the answer lies.

Setting daily goals with the main goal always in focus also helps in the effort to keeping things on track and in focus always.

It also eliminates the tendency to waste time on processes that will not eventually positively contribute to the goal.

Identifying one’s own peak times for productivity is also another important element to take advantage of. Having the energy to be productive throughout the day is not only unlikely it is also improbable; therefore there is a need to capitalize on the productivity time frame and get as much done within this frame as possible.

Being in a work conducive environment is also something that should be given due consideration as this will directly affect the producing results.

Too many distractions will take the focus of the individual away from completing the tasks according to the pre prepared schedules and thus cause the overall timeline to be disrupted. This could then cause temporary derailment from the overall work schedule towards achieving the goal.

The popular saying that time waits for no man is so true and being disorganized is one way of ensuring failure at every turn.

When the element of being disorganized is ever present there is little or no opportunity to be able to focus and identify needs and wants according to their priorities and thus allowing a lot of confusion into one’s daily existence.

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Published by Phoenix

I have been a teacher all my life. That doesn't just mean in School! I taught my brothers to ride bikes and go camping in the mountains. I taught Football, Cricket, Squash, Sailing, Climbing and Karate. In BNI I became the Education Coordinator. With my Property Business I laid on Investment Seminars. I taught my sons to Fish for Carp. And I still teach Maths and Physics to students who want to go to University to study Medicine or Engineering. Now I am teaching people the things I am learning online.

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