Many people fail to concentrate, be creative, and complete all of their assignments whether they operate at home or in an office.
Since becoming self-employed in 2013, I’ve developed a profitable business, began several side ventures, completed several major projects for multiple clients at the same time, and worked considerably less than 40 hours a week while traveling the globe and relocating to dozens of cities.
But it’s not earplugs, caffeine, “more self-discipline,” or a magic time-management app that’s the key to my success. (I don’t use any productivity software at all.)
In this post, I’ll show you the exact, highly successful tactics that helped me maximize my productivity and produce impressive results without having to rely on willpower.
It is quite likely, and these tips will benefit you whether you are an owner or an employee.
1. Stay away from the most common success stumbling blocks.
People often attempt to increase their productivity by incorporating a variety of tools, including:
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