Become More Productive By Breaking Your Work Into 30 Minute Segments

September 12, 2018

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 There’s a hundred things to keep track of in a typical work day and trying to accomplish everything at once typically means you’re less productive than you’d like to be. So to save your sanity (and perhaps your job), it may be best to shelf your multitask skill set and break your work load into manageable, half-hour sessions. Switching what you’re doing every 30 minutes lets you work enough on one task to make a reasonable dent in it, but also allows you to benefit from shaking things up and thinking about something new. It allows you can focus completely on one thing, take a break, and then give you’re undivided attention to something else. The important thing to remember is that you can be flexible with it. If you in the groove and your 30 minutes is up, allow yourself to deviate from the plan and finish what you are doing, then take a break or move to the next project.   The goal is to help you get into the zone and focus but it’s also to remind you to come up for air, so make sure to schedule breaks into your day as well.

SOURCE: Lifehacker

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