1. Exercise Every Morning;
Studies have shown that physical activity enhances brain function. And while you might assume (rightly) that that enhanced brainpower will give you improved concentration, more creativity, and faster learning, you might not realize that exercise increases your brain’s effective skills, too, meaning that you’ll find it easier to get along with others.
2. Prepare a To-Do List Each Night;
To-do lists are invaluable productivity aids. They get you organized, provide you with focus and reward you with feelings of satisfaction when you’re able to check off things that you’ve accomplished.
Making (or updating) a to-do list each night means that you won’t waste time at the start of the workday looking for your task.
3. Be optimistic and acquire more knowledge on the job;
Happy people are more productive.
Knowledge improves your productivity on the job.
4. Stop Multitasking!
It's a productivity killer. Research shows that productivity can be reduced by as much as 40% by the mental blocks created when people switch tasks.
So stop trying to do everything at once. Instead, dramatically increase productivity by giving your full attention to one task at a time.
5 Delegate Properly;
Do you ever find yourself wondering how you are possibly going to complete all the work on your desk?
Delegation is to productivity as a nail gun is to driving nails. Once you’ve started using it, you’ll be amazed at just how much faster and easier your job is. If you do it right, that is.
The most common complaint is that delegating work gives the manager or leader even more to do; now they have to supervise someone else always. But If you assign a task to someone and then supervise them closely while they’re doing it, you’re micromanaging, not delegating.
When you delegate properly, you have more time to spend on your own work. The key is to assign the right task to the right person—a person you know has the skills to do the job and that you can trust to get it done—and then leave them to it. It takes some time getting used to, but you'll be surprised how productive you can be when you really let go.
6 Eliminate Distractions;
Prioritize your task to eliminate things that aren't necessary to accomplish the most important task at hand.