We all face problems in our lives. But a crisis is even more difficult to deal with. A crisis is almost always unexpected and unprecedented. And when the crisis is worldwide, it affects more than just ourselves — and trying to stay productive during any crisis seems impossible.
A crisis can make you feel as if everything is out of your control. But that’s not true. No matter what the outside world looks like, there will always be one thing you can control: your dedication to becoming the best possible version of yourself. You’re in control of working hard and focusing on your goals, whether those goals have to do with your business, your personal life, or your mindset.
A crisis situation is a time to adapt, not pause. Use these tips will help you stay productive during any crisis.
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Organizational skills and time management are essential to your success.
Time management is a choice, how you decide to spend your time is very much up to your own discretion.
We kill time by procrastinating and doing unproductive activities to ignore what is really at hand.
Killing time may work for a few minutes, but it adds up when things need to get done. … Read more
Happiness and productivity are linked. If life is getting you down, you may need to be more productive. All-too-often people think that busyness is the cause of their stress, when in reality, being more productive may be the answer you’re looking for.
Here are 6 reasons why the more productive you are, the happier you’ll be…. Read more
Do you ever feel like you can never get anything done at work? Are there time wasters at work that are killing your productivity that you might not realize?
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Success in almost everything involves time management. It seems like there aren’t enough hours in the day to get everything that you need to do accomplished, but if you want to achieve much more than others in a shorter amount of time, you must improve how you manage that time…. Read more
The more thought you invest into setting priorities before you begin a task, the faster you will get the important things done. The more important and valuable the task is to you, the more motivated you are to overcome procrastination and launch yourself into the job.
William Matthews said, “The first law of success is concentration – to bend all the energies to one point, and to go directly to that point, looking neither to the right or to the left.”
Today, I want to share a method of time-management for setting priorities that I’ve been using for years, called the ABCDE method.
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The preparation that you make in the evening for the day ahead will have an enormous effect on how successful you are.
We’ve talked several times about the importance of thinking on paper when it comes to goal-setting and making a clear plan for your future and that’s exactly what we want to do when preparing for the day ahead…. Read more
Time management behaviors are very much a matter of choice:
You choose to be efficient or you choose to be disorganized. You choose to focus and concentrate on your highest-value tasks, or you choose to spend your time on activities that contribute little value to your life. You choose to be positive or you choose to be negative.
And you are always free to choose your quality of life…. Read more