Here is part 3 and the last one for “Ideas to make 2015 your most productive year yet.
7. CLUMP TASKS TO CREATE FLOW
Your more productive if you can stay in one task mind, instead of changing gears. Try to schedule your day around one activity; a day of networking, or a morning of writing and an afternoon of research. I work with all of my coaching students to create this type of theme with their days.
8. CREATE A LIST OF EASY TO-DOS
Carson Tate, author of Work Simply: Embracing the Power of Your Productivity Style, makes a list of tasks that can be done in 15 minutes or less. He suggests we keep this list with us at all times so we can convert those odd moments of time like waiting in line or waiting at the dentist’s office into productive microsegments of work. I enjoy using Todoist as my to-do app of preference.
9. CONSISTENTLY SELF-EVALUATE
Rigorous self-evaluation is the beginning, middle, and end of self-management. It is the essential habit of self-improvement.