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Invest in Yourself To Boost Productivity – Establish A Routine

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“Be patient with yourself. Self-growth is tender; it’s holy ground. There’s no greater investment.”

Stephen Covey

Investing in yourself will make you a better person and make your life more enjoyable at the same time. Developing a daily routine to boost your productivity is one of the easiest ways to invest in yourself.

Wake up early and get your day started.

It’s not always fun to wake up early in the morning. But are you aware that people who get up early in the morning are more productive throughout the entire day? The reason for this is that when you wake up early, you get the chance to develop a morning routine, which may include meditation, exercise, or goal setting for the day.

Additionally, this is a good time to incorporate other healthy habits, including brushing your teeth, packing a lunch, or preparing a healthy breakfast. In the future, instead of hitting the snooze button, get yourself out of bed and begin your day.

“Investing time in yourself is the only safe investment that will give you maximum return throughout life.”


Check your email at a scheduled time.

It is common for people to check their emails continuously throughout the day. Every time they divert their attention from the original task to their emails, they have a harder time getting back into the original task and are less productive. Creating a set routine by checking your email at specific times during the day can help you avoid this.

The first might be while you are eating breakfast, and the second may be after your lunch break at work. If your needs require it, you can schedule more or fewer email checking times, but try to keep the intervals between times to three or four hours.

There is even an option to set up an automated response for when you plan to check your email so people don’t need to guess when you’re available.

“Investing in yourself is the best thing you can do. If you’ve got talents, no one can take them from you.”

Warren Buffett

Don’t worry about the small things

If you’re like most people, you likely have a very busy schedule. In most cases, you don’t have enough time to do all the things you would like to. It’s critical to prioritize your activities during your morning ritual when you are establishing a routine. You should prioritize the tasks you have to accomplish today.

If you have any critical deadlines for the day, make sure those are at the top. Stopping by the store to buy a cleaning product could fall to the bottom, or be put off until the next day. Keeping a daily list will help you complete your tasks more effectively. Furthermore, it will allow you to focus on your tasks for the day rather than worrying about small tasks due in the near future but not immediately.

“Personal development is a major time saver. The better you become, the less time it takes you to achieve your goals.”

Brian Tracy

Plan your schedule differently

Habits are notoriously difficult to break, and you’ve probably done the same thing over and over for years. You don’t necessarily have to do things in the most efficient order. Say, for example, that you check your social media before leaving for work every morning. Unfortunately, leaving at 8 a.m. means an hour in traffic.

Alternatively, skip the social media check and leave by 7:30 a.m. to beat the rush hour traffic. Then, as soon as you reach work, you can check your social media.

You can easily gain thirty minutes of your day back with an exchange like this. You might just be surprised! Experiment with your own schedule. You might be surprised at how much time you can save by switching around a few simple tasks on your to do list!

In general, creating a routine is an integral part of investing in yourself. Not only does it save you time (and probably money) but it also helps you stay focused, allowing you to be more productive in all aspects of your life.

“If you want to be truly successful, invest in yourself to get the knowledge you need to find your unique factor. When you find it and focus on it and persevere your success will blossom.”

Sydney Madwed

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