Paper, electronic or a combination of both? No matter your preference, you’re sure to find John Ramton’s 50 Productivity Hack’s For Entrepreneurs a great source of inspiration. Of his 50, here are my top 13 favs:
Top 13 Time Hacks
- Plan your day around your energy levels
- Optimize notification
- Schedule the time you actually need
- Plan themed days
- Pump up the jams
- The 2-minutes rule
- Don’t break the chain
- Just time learning
- Plan for interruptions
- Every Friday, review your calendar for the past week and the week coming
- Pencil in time to do nothing
- Unsubscribe and unfollow
- Give yourself a break
Which of the 50 did you like the most? Do share. We would love to hear.
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4 thoughts on “Writers: 50 Productivity Hacks For Entrepreneurs That You Can Use…”
What is just tome learning? I haven’t heard that before?
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Just-Time-Learning is a concept “originated from the manufacturing industry and more specifically by Toyota.” This approach calls for working on a task and only researching when it’s required. The work with no research plan helps “to ensure that you don’t waste your time on unnecessary research. Rather, you’ll focus your efforts only on essential research.”
Basically research first. Then after doing your research you work. For example, If you’re a writer, you do research. But if you write while you’re researching, you take much longer. So research, then focus on writing. Hope this answers your question.