You might wonder…
…why you sometimes get more or less work done at a certain time of the day 🤔
That depends on:
✅ your stress level
✅ the topic you‘re working on
✅ the time of the day
✅ your biological clock
The truth is…
you‘re not going to be productive all the time. You have limited resources. 🤫
The key is to manage your time and energy resources so you can be productive when you actually do get to work/study.
My tips for getting most out of your productive time are:
✅ Don‘t plan more than 60% of your daily time. Leave 40% buffer time because things can be unpredictable.
✅ Taking short breaks is important. However, if you‘re in the flow, keep working. Use your momentum because it might not come back.
✅ When you set your to-do list, make your tasks sound positive.
(E.g. instead of “I don‘t want to get distracted by my phone today!“ 👎💩, rather use:
“I will keep focus while studying and put my phone on flight mode“👍🤓)
✅In order to keep track of your tasks, use a schedule/daily planner
(for your day, week, month, semester, year)
Let me know if you’re more of a morning or a night person!
Which tips help you be most productive?
See you next time!
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