You can be more productive.
But only if you intend to be. Take it from a man who has quadrupled his income last year and still kicking it this year.
In anything you want to do, you can always choose to do your best, give it what you have got or do it halfheartedly. The decision is always yours. But when you know it is your business or your career and future in the line, you’d think twice of making shortcuts and taking the easy road.
Remember that you get what you deserve and if success is not something you have worked for, it will not be yours, no matter what you do. Be productive, make the most out of your time. Believe me, when you look back, you will be proud that you have spent your time the way you did.
To learn more, read on below. I believe that if you stick to it, your business would be more profitable, even though your income may not quadruple yet but hey, why settle for less, right?
Are you ready to increase your income and expand your business this year? Yes, that’s the spirit!
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4 Productivity Tips That Changed My Life This Year
This year was a big one for me. My income quadrupled, my workload decreased and business expanded faster than I could have imagined.
How? Simple: Intentional productivity.
I want to share here four of the biggest productivity tips I utilized this year that helped me make the past 12 months the most amazing year of my life.
- Employ time-blocking.
Simply take your to-do list and give each item a place on your calendar.
- Do your most important work first.
By scheduling your most important task of the day first, you set the tone for the rest of the day, and your business will move forward with incredible speed.
- Multitask appropriately.
This past year, I made a commitment to multitask less and focus more on the task at hand.
- Use the power of processes.
If I had to pick one word that best describes the past 12 months of my life, it would be this: process.
So, these are four productivity tips that helped make my 2015 the most profitable year of my life.
–by Brandon Turner
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