Here are a few main points from the podcast.
- Observe what you spend your time on.
- Track your time usage using tools like clockify.
- Cut away your distractions.
- In case you're distracted, make sure you come back from it ASAP.
- The right food & sleep is crucial! ( Important )
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I ran across the “Four D’s” in Tim Allen’s book “Getting Things Done” (GTD) and they have really made a difference over the long term. In brief, they are:
Long-term/larger projects require you to schedule time to plan/schedule the work. Two other tips from the book that I use:
Wow! Amazing insights.. thanks a lot for sharing your knowledge! 🥳
Thanks Tharun, Clockify is something really good. I would suggest for my connections too. 👏🏼💯
Great! Thank you for appreciating it. 🙂
Thanks for sharing! Usually, I plan out my tasks, time-block them in my calendar, and just do it exactly like what I have planned. Of course, I didn't continue working the whole day. I will also schedule my 5 - 10 mins break every hour. This helps to gain back my focus. I'm using project management software and syncing it to my calendar.
Great advices, simple and practical.
How do you define "distraction"?
Any activity that doesn't map to your goal. In the sense, any activity that does not help you move closer to your Goal. 🙂