1. Wake up earlier: If you’re not a morning person, waking up earlier can totally be a hard task but just think about how much more productive you can be if you a) allocate your time more effectively and b) value your own time in order to execute better time management.
2. Exercise (typically in the morning): Much like waking up earlier, if you’re not a very active person then the very thought of exercising can be exhausting. However, I can assure you, exercising before getting your day started gives you more energy. Studies have proven that stimulating your mind and body physically before beginning your day gets your adrenaline pumping; helping to give you the kind of motivation you need to stay energized through-out the day.
3. Eating smaller portions (healthier foods/snacks): Eating healthier and more balanced meals are great for your health for many reasons. I’d also like to add, eating smaller meals through-out the day as well. Eating lighter and healthier meals will help you in feeling less weighted down and tired. Foods high in processed carbohydrates and sugars will often leave you feeling bloated. They also leave you feeling less satisfied and you’ll get hungry even faster, leading to cravings. Needless to say, eating a well balanced and smaller portion sizes will help to keep your energy up and you more productive through out the day.
4. Prepare a schedule /make lists: Preparing a schedule and making a list of your daily tasks will help you tremendously in staying on track. Not only will you be better able to remember those tasks, but, you’ll be better able in managing your time and tracking to make sure you’ve complete each task on the list. And while multitasking is good, focusing on one thing at a time may make your work more efficient. I also suggest making a note of the most important tasks first. You may not always get through your entire list in a day but you’ll want to, at least, get the most important ones completed.
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