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Boost Productivity By “Starting Fresh” After Lunch
Procrastinators unite… tomorrow! About 25 percent of Americans admit they procrastinate, but that doesn’t make getting things done any easier. Try this simple solution to accomplishing more today! If the morning has been punctuated by “I’ll do that later”s or “Let me just check Facebook”s, it’s time to restart. Instead of wallowing in unfinished projects all day, wipe the slate clean and begin again at 2 p.m.
Do It Today: When to-do lists fall by the wayside and deadlines loom near (and you can’t tear yourself away from watching 30 Rock), make a clean break and restart the day at 2 p.m.
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Awesome article! Well, for me, I think you need to enhance your multi tasking skills if you want to double your productivity. Although it is also a fact that if you do this only a few of your output have quality results. Other people would love to do it when their to-do list is already full of new and unfinished tasks, so kill first procrastination before adding a burden to your work. I bumped a blog on a forum site and it was Sir Richard Branson’s secrets to productivity – hope it adds a few techniques on how to keep yourself from being productive.