01. SET GOALS
Make a list of your goals for the week. Write down any goal you wish to achieve,
whether it’s work-related or not. Then organize your work-related goals into large and small goals
02. DAILY CHECKLIST
Create a daily checklist so you can cross off the goals you’ve accomplished.
A checklist will help with work management and make you more productive.
Remember to prioritize your goals. Larger goals that have to get done sooner are the ones you should be working on first. Sometimes people put off larger goals because they’re too intimidating. But the more you put them off, the more intimidating they’ll be.
04. MAKE SMALL CHANGES.
If completely reorganizing your day sounds too daunting, try and make a couple of small changes every few days. If you’re prone to skipping lunch, make sure you schedule a lunch break into your day. You won’t get as much accomplished if you’re hungry or worn out.
05. PRODUCTIVE PERIOD.
People have different periods during the day when they’re most productive. Some are more productive in the morning, others in the afternoon. Find out when your most productive time of the day is and schedule your most important goals accordingly .