1. SET CLEAR PRIORITIES
Clear priorities will mean you’re more likely to use your time more effectively and avoid
overwhelm. Identify "must" versus "should," and evaluate how it fits into your goals.
2. START WORKING
Starting a task can be the most difficult part. However, starting a task will make it easier
to finish. According to the ZEIGARNIK EFFECT, your brain sends reminder signals when
you start a task until you finish it.
3. REMOVE DISTRACTIONS
Set yourself up for success and avoid procrastination by turning off your phone, social
media, emails and anything else that may derail your focus. Distractions will only
interrupt you IF you allow them to.
4. AVOID MULTI-TASKING
The human brain is not built to multi-task. When you are "multi-tasking" your brain is
rapidly switching between tasks, which slows your productive output. A more effective
strategy is to focus on one task for a set amount of time and take short breaks to