The number one excuse people give for not working out is that they don’t have enough time. Everyday has twenty four hours in it though, and since you can’t create more time for yourself you have to prioritize workouts, and increase your efficiency and productivity so that you can make the most out of the time that you have. Increasing your productivity so that you can get more done in the same amount of time can be overwhelming, but here are a few tips that are guaranteed to help.
Start Your Day Productively
If you’re a morning person, your earliest hours are probably already your most productive, but if you’re more of a night owl then mornings might be more difficult. Something as simple as making the bed first thing in the morning can increase your overall daily productivity though because you’ll start your day immediately feeling accomplished. This attitude and outlook can positively affect the productivity of the rest of your day.
You might think that you’re able to save time and get more done by multitasking, but studies show that it’s actually more detrimental to your productivity to try and multitask rather than focusing on one task at a time. The human mind works most efficiently when it is allowed to focus on a singular task because it doesn’t have to work so hard to switch gears and regain focus each time a new task is assigned.
The more efficient you can make yourself, the more free time you’ll find yourself having. To make sure that you stay on track with your scheduling plan it’s a good idea to turn off your notifications on your email, your social media sites, and your phone, while you’re trying to stay focused. Every time that you are distracted and brought away from the task at hand, not only are you losing time to the needless distraction, but you are also losing the time it takes you to regain your focus and attention.
When you’re engrossed in a project, the last thing you may be thinking about is food, but making sure that you’re eating correctly is vital to maintaining your focus and productivity. Stopping to cook a meal can inhibit your progress and quickly grabbing a candy bar, or bag of chips won’t supply your body with the nutrients that it needs. Instead, spend a little time meal prepping your meals for the week so that you can pack your nutritiously balanced meals to go.
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