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Peak Productivity MRR Ebook

Peak Productivity MRR Ebook
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Why Should I Triple My Productivity?

Whether at home or at work, tripling your productivity offers a host of advantages. Who doesn’t want to get more done in less time?

When you’re more productive, every area of your life can benefit. Do you regularly feel stressed out because you’re so overwhelmed by everything that needs to be done? Do you often feel as if you don’t know where to begin with all the tasks on your plate? Tripling your productivity can eliminate this anxiety and stress. As a result, not only will you achieve more, you’ll also enjoy better mental health.

In the workplace, the more you get done, the more successful your work life becomes. If you’re running your own business, this equates to higher profits. If you’re working for a company, higher productivity gets you noticed for all the right reasons. You’ll impress your managers and be first in line for promotion. Even at its most basic level, tripled productivity adds up to three times more harmony in your life.

This applies just as much in the home as it does in the workplace. A lack of productivity at home can lead to stress, arguments and discontent. With better productivity, the whole family can be happier, and relationships will improve. Not only that, you’ll have more free time to enjoy yourself. Who doesn’t want that?

Are you ready to experience these benefits in your own life? Then read on to discover how our expert tips are about to help you achieve your personal best.

Chapter 1 – Creating the Right Environment for Productivity

The first step towards becoming more productive is to create the right environment. You can’t triple your productivity if you’re surrounded by distractions and clutter. Here is some expert advice to help you achieve this goal. Whether you’re working from home or in an office, these tips will get you off to the right start.

Top Tips for Setting up a Highly Productive Office

Creating a workspace that is geared up for productivity is the key to getting more done in less time. Here are some sure-fire ways to give yours an overhaul:

- Remove anything which isn’t related to a project you’re working on right now. Any project more than three months old needs to be removed from your immediate work area. This improves your focus and keeps you productive.

- Make a daily “to-do” list to follow. This keeps your day on track. Break up the day into segments and assign tasks to each segment. One trick used by experts is to add a couple of tasks you’ve already done to your to-do list. This gives you a mental boost and pushes you to accomplish more goals.

- Try color-coding your materials. Colors help to improve your mode and evoke perceptions. This improves your outlook, helping you to achieve more at work. On a practical level, it also helps you to see at a glance what relates to each project. As a result, you’ll save time that would otherwise have been spent searching for things.

- Use a timer. A timer helps you manage your time more effectively and enables you to track your progress. When you’re at work, it’s all too easy to lose a sense of time. This means you can end up spending too long on certain tasks. Decide in advance how long you need to dedicate to a particular job. Then use the timer to track that length of time. This gives you a better sense of how long each task requires to complete.

- Keep your phone close at hand. This ensures you don’t need to leave your seat to answer a call, saving you time.

- Stand up your file folders. Files take up a large amount of space when lying flat. Use a desktop filing box that has a minimal footprint but helps you stay organized. This will also keep important documents within arm’s reach.

- Adjust your computer monitor. Craning your neck to see your monitor impacts on your productivity. Make sure you choose the right viewing angle for you. This reduces fatigue, improves your concentration and, thus, your productivity.

- Think vertically. Your desk may be horizontal, but there’s plenty of vertical space below and above it. Utilize it to the max. Store writing utensils under your desk or use monitor risers to use the space under your monitor. Better desk organization means better productivity.

- Put up family photos. This helps to create an encouraging and positive environment at work. If you’re feeling stressed, seeing the reasons that you go to work helps to boost your productivity.

- Brighten your space. Light has a key role to play in boosting your mental health and helping you to stay positive. This, in turn, makes you more productive. Try to maximize natural light in your workspace.

Follow these top tips and you’ll find that your work environment boosts your productivity.

Working from Home? How to set Your Workspace up for Maximum Productivity

If you work from home, there are multiple distractions that can affect your productivity. Avoid those distractions by setting up the workspace for maximum productivity. Here are some top tips to follow:

- Find the right workspace for you. Everybody works differently. You may find that you work better at your kitchen table or in your bedroom. You might prefer to work by a window or by a wall. Finding the best spot for you is key to getting more done. If you’re setting up a home office, you can design a room that is a highly productive space.

- Set yourself up close to a power outlet. You’ll probably be working from your phone and laptop. This means you need constant access to power. Don’t waste time by having to charge up your devices in a different room or away from your desk.

- Choose a well-lit space. Working in the dark reduces your productivity. Whenever possible, choose a space with plenty of natural light. Make sure you also have a lamp nearby, so you don’t strain your eyes.