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How To Be The Most Productive Person In Your Office - The Freedom Chase

How To Be The Most Productive Person In Your Office

By Tuesday, November 11, 2014 2 Permalink 2

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Raise your hand if you can stand to be a little more productive in your workday … or life in general. If your hand is raised, then you can probably relate to having a range of easily distracted days (bad) and laser-like focus days (good), resulting in a pretty so-so week of productivity.

If you didn’t raise your hand, you probably realized how silly you might look raising your hand while reading a blog post. Or you’re a unicorn who maxes out your capacity for productivity everyday. Here’s a gluten-free cookie, Unicorn, you rock

I’m going to assume most of you are like me, sometimes in need of direction and all the help I can get when it comes to making the most of my day and accomplishing the fifty-leven things I have on my to-do list.

I came across this slightly old but still super helpful post on theweek.com of ways to be the most productive person at work and still leave at 5:30pm (miracle, right?) while avoiding said to-do list, and thought I’d share.

Hilariously, rule number 1 – to-do lists are evil. I’ve been doing this all wrong.

If you have your own fool-proof productivity system, please share in the comments! …Or if you just want to talk to us, because we like that too. Haha.

Cheers to productivity!

 

-Shanae’

 

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  • MsSula

    Thank you for sharing! And I agree, To Do Lists are EVIL!!! 😀

  • This is interesting. I can’t get away with not checking email first thing in the morning cause I deal with people in earlier time zones, but I do try to schedule only checking email in 2 hour blocks. That way I only see it about 4 times a day. And turn the email preview off! If someone really needs me they can call.