061. 10 Easy to Implement Time Management Hacks
We all love a good hack. It’s not because of the creativity behind the design but because of how simple it can make seemingly complicated tasks. It can be easy to over complicate things especially when we are in search of solutions. But here is the thing, you can make small changes that add up to big results!
We’ve got 10 simple hacks that you can start to implement TODAY and start seeing amazing results. Now remember, you do not have to do all of these; in fact, we recommend that you do not try all of these at once. Choose one hack to start with and add one each week as you feel more confident.
OUR 10 EASY TO IMPLEMENT HACKS
Hack #1: Follow the 2-minute rule
Hack #2: Eat the frog
Hack #3: Set timers
Hack #4: Pomodoro principle
Hack #5: Lock your phone
Hack #6: Create a micro-productivity list
Hack #7: Double up
Hack #8: Use shortcuts
Hack #9: Use headphones
Hack #10: Just one more thing
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Until next time… be timely, stay organized, and be productive… buh-bye… see ya!
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