Helpful routines:

1. Highlighting (literally) the top 3 tasks on my to-do list that need to be accomplished that day.

2. At the end of the day, crossing off accomplished tasks and updating the list so it’s ready for the next morning.

3. Taking mini-breaks at 10 am and 3 pm to take a walk, drink a glass of water, then return to work re-focused on the priority tasks.

4. Blocking out processing time (thanks to you!): to allow adequate time for follow-up after meetings, planning and filing. Blocking out time for writing: I keep a chunk of time on Mondays for major writing tasks and avoid scheduling meetings that day.

The author wanted to remain anonymous.  I’d love to acknowledge her, but at least, we are thanking her for her ideas.

Which of these work for you?

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