What's your best productivity tip?

Richard Fang
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I find that time blocking has helped me a lot. How about yours?

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i build things
Stay away from your phone. Don't visit Twitter or YouTube while waiting for the compilers to finish. This is the most impactful productivity tips I have useful.
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Marketer and Lover of Tech
@ikennaobieze True - I think your phones are one of the biggest distractions
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Publisher and maker of resources
@ikennaobieze These are all great.
Co FounderΒ @trooprHQ
Box your time
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I'm a Product + Content Marketer
Use a pomodoro timer and website blocker. It will help you to stay away from distractions.
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UX Designer and developer
Apply deep work for straight 45 mins to 1 hour. Take short break to do silly things. Get back at deep work for another 45 mins to 1 hour.
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πŸ‘¨πŸ»β€πŸ’» Coding and 🐐 running muddy trails
Plan and review your weeks. I started doing it five years ago and it really help you work smarter and don't jump to work on random things. In addition it helps you have a list of things to do every morning so you don't have to think about what to do. I even built a product out of it (theLIFEBOARD)
Marketing Analyst | Strategist
Pomodoro method works best for me.
Founder, Developer at Crucial Human
Block social media. Drink lots of water and get some sleep.
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Publisher and maker of resources
@eddieaich Agree. Thank you.
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Marketing Manager at KosmoTime
Calendar blocking! πŸ’― πŸ™Œ Tested and approved! (I wrote a blog post on this if you're interested in the topic: https://bit.ly/3uQeuW0)
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3yrs- remote worker
With the help of some remote work software (for instance Awesun remote desktop for sharing screens and files) to keep the team productive while working from home