[Productivity] 5 steps to increase your productivity with time blocking

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Ever feel like you’re not making progress on your to-do list?

We’ve all been there.

Each day you sit down to knock out important tasks, but by the end of the day, your list has barely budged–or worse, it’s become longer than it was when you started.

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Why time blocking matters

It helps boost productivity through focused work done in specific blocks of time. From here, you work in sprints on one type of work (rather than several at once) and then take a short break to recharge before picking work up again.

In short version: 

  • It helps establish flow
  • Minimizes distraction
  • Creates a sense of control

So how to use time blocking in your daily working routine?

Step 1: Identify the tasks that need to be accomplished
Step 2: Estimate how many hours each task should take
Step 3: Decide how much flexible time you allot in your schedule
Step 4: Review your plan
Step 5: Implement time blocking using your favourite calendar app

‘’Great time blocking method affects productivity, and productivity speaks the result’’

By following the steps outlined here, you can be sure you’ve developed a smart, realistic plan that works toward a more efficient and effective workday. Monday.com as a cloud based project management solution foster the leader to improve their productivity and leadership in the company,  you can sign up the trial here.

Source: Monday.com Blog

 

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