How can I work more efficiently? How can I maximize the use of my time, to ensure I’m producing the highest level of quality and delivering a good end result? These are some of the questions that were on my mind and I wanted to know: how does one efficiently execute a task without losing focus or getting drained or distracted. In this article, I’ll focus on the Pomodoro Technique which is a great tool that can be leveraged to work more efficiently.
“Life will yield its secrets only to relentless searchers”
“We first make our habits, then our habits make us.”
“If I live every day the same way I did today, what kind of future would that create?”
“We become what we think about”
Waking up earlier is one of those things in life that is infinitely easier said than done. While awake we put on a brave face, puff our chest and say “I’m going to wake up early tomorrow”. When morning rolls around, it’s a completely different story. Your covers seem warmer, your bed seems softer and your pillow hugs you even tighter.
“The weeks are melting by!” I’ve heard and used this phrase countless times. It’s an odd feeling to look at the calendar and realize it’s already June! Generally speaking, I’ve found that when I feel this way, it’s because I’m unsure of what I’ve accomplished in the past while. Sometimes we are so caught up in our day-to-day activities that when we take a step back and reflect, we start to question why we’re doing what we’re doing in the first place.
Prioritizing your tasks efficiently can be overwhelming at times. In this article I’ll show you a beefed up To-Do list that you can start implementing in your day-to-day life (there’s even an app for it!) This method is called the “Eisenhower Decision Matrix” or “Eisenhower Box” and was named after the 34th U.S president Dwight Eisenhower.