What is your best Productivity Hack?

Mayank Mishra
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I believe, The best productivity hack simply is to not work on Boring Things, with Boring People, and for Boring Companies. You're welcome.

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Nick Ippolito
Founder of SquareKicker
It’s all about the people you work with and allow people the freedom to work with a curious and courageous work ethic. At least that’s what we do πŸ˜‰
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Mayank Mishra
Co-founder Poppins.me Nocoder & UX
@nick_ippolito1 thanks for sharing your best practices Nick!
Gleb Braverman
Founder, Speakezee
I agree on boring stuff! Also: Sleeping Fresh Air Family time
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Daniel Baum
Co-Founder & COO, Sleek
@gleb_braverman Nothing better than a 15-min power walk!
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Mayank Mishra
Co-founder Poppins.me Nocoder & UX
@gleb_braverman @daniel_baum agree!! 15 min. power walks are the best!
Maxwell Davis
TweetStores - Launching December 4th πŸš€
Tell my wife what I'm meant to be doing and when...
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Mayank Mishra
Co-founder Poppins.me Nocoder & UX
@maxwellcdavis a good accountable partner!
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Alina Ihnatiuk
Social Media Marketing πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡¦ - πŸ‡΅πŸ‡± - πŸ‡·πŸ‡Ί - πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ
Hey! Good sleep, delicious food, no problems in the family, doing what you love ^))
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Mayank Mishra
Co-founder Poppins.me Nocoder & UX
@antonovna Hey! This is the happiest comment here!!! :)
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Sharath Kuruganty
Head of Community at Threado
Writing down the top 10 things you want to do and strike off the simplest things first. Boosts incredible confidence to kick start the day.
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Daniel Baum
Co-Founder & COO, Sleek
@5harath Interesting, I've heard you should start with the things you really DON'T want to do - the saying "eat the frog". But I guess starting simple also helps get the ball rolling
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Mayank Mishra
Co-founder Poppins.me Nocoder & UX
@5harath +1, I think this simple trick is by far the most powerful!
Nishith from PLG Works
Founder, PLG Works
My best productivity hack is asking why.
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Mayank Mishra
Co-founder Poppins.me Nocoder & UX
@nishith_shah yes I think very few people do this, they're the most contented.
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Gabriele Sangrigoli
Love data and analytics
1. Turn off your phone. 2. Remember where you are coming from and all you have been through to get where you are now. 3. Visualize who you want to become. 4. Work
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Piyush Kulkarni
Product Manager in the Circular Economy.
@gabriele_sangrigoli I think we come from the same school of thought! But we need to make sure that we don't let these things overconsume us, because then it can get a bit challenging
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Gabriele Sangrigoli
Love data and analytics
@piyush_kulkarni Sure. It is important to have a balance in life. At the end of the day I want to be proud of what I have produced. Yet, I know when is time to stop and relax, but it is important to be productive when I have to work. I rather work 6 really productive hours than 12 unproductive hours. :)
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Janinah
Business Analyst in Leamington Spa UK.
Agreed. Funny how time flies when working on your business, but when working for somone else - The day drags...πŸ˜ͺ
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Daniel Baum
Co-Founder & COO, Sleek
Some great suggestions here - I'll add 2: 1. Set a timer (45-60mins) and don't touch anything other than the task at hand 2. Set calendar blocks for your to-do items rather than just a list
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robiul haque
I like to searching new product
The best productivity hack is getting 8-9 hours of sleep every night. Second best is exercising 30-60 minutes each day. Both are obvious and overlooked, and yet make a more meaningful and immediate impact on the quality of your thinking than 99 percent of productivity tips
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Piyush Kulkarni
Product Manager in the Circular Economy.
@robiul_haque I think this hack of 8-9 hours can be a bit confusing. It really depends on what the specific person needs. I find for me 7 hours of sleep each day, works perfect !
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Building mnd
I made my tasks into a game where I award myself in-game cash for completed tasks and projects! The way the cash is calculated is (time x difficulty) so like (25 min x 2 difficulty) you'll get (50 cash) and then I can go to the marketplace to purchase rewards,, like ordering food! This is all automated in my notion!
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Valeria Migova
I always break up work periods with something unobtrusive: coffee time, exercise, books. It helps me to gain strength and work with pleasure. And making To-do lists. It’s greatly improve the focus and my productivity.
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Gabriele Sangrigoli
Love data and analytics
@vmigova Love to-do lists. Coffee time is holy!
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Nidhin
Product design and marketing guy
Automate. For those who gets a lot of things done on WhatsApp - heres a rules based autoresponder for WhatsApp. www.whatsresponse.com www.producthunt.com/posts/whatsr... Can double up as a social CRM as well.