Get More Done Faster #100WordsonSaturday

Get more done faster? Who wouldn’t like to do that? I’d love to be able to have more time on my hands to pursue the things I love. Instead, I sometimes get bogged down with ‘have-to-dos’ that leave less time for ‘want-to-dos’, if you get my drift.

So began my quest for simple productivity ideas and here’s a pretty infographic I found  by Yumi Sakugawa. The beauty of this lies in how completely doable these ideas are.

The one I like the most is – focus on three tasks per day. It doesn’t mean that you do only three things a day (now that would be bliss!) – the key word is ‘focus’.   I’ve tried this now and then and find that not only do I get more done in the day, but I also feel less guilty about all the things I’ve not accomplished from my long to-do list. I need to make this a regular habit now.

The other tip I am going to try out is the calendar of x’s. I’m a visual kind of person and this will certainly help me with the one (or two) tasks I simply must do every day – walk and write.

Which one of these would you like to try out? Or which one of these have you been practising regularly?

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As you know, we’re bringing back our writing prompts, we’re committed now to #MondayMusings and #100Words onSaturday.

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How does this work?

  • We give you a prompt
  • You write a 100 words in response and post it on your blog. Remember to include a link back to this post.
  • You then add the link to our linky below
  • The linky will stay open until the following Friday.
  • You can grab the 100 Words on Saturday badge here.

Today’s prompt is a picture. You tell a story, write a poem, write a piece of non-fiction – whatever strikes you.

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Author: Corinne Rodrigues

Lover of words | Self-acceptance blogger | Instructional designer| Book Reviewer| Blog Coach

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