You probably spend a lot of time during the week thinking about what it takes to be successful. It’s not just the workweek activities that you should be paying attention to, though; successful people also make use of their weekends in a way that maximizes their productivity during the workweek.
Not so high on productivity right now? Rest assured, you’re not the only one and fortunately, others before you who have run into this worry wall, found a way around it and left hints on how to best manage yourself when things go from bad to worse. You might be in a tight spot right now but with these little pointers, surviving it might not be that difficult after all.
A productive person is one who gets things done and the ‘secret’ to succeed that is…well, doing things. It all traces back always to what habits you have and how they affect your ability to go from ideas to concrete results. Bad habits can easily overcome even good motivation and being aware of them is the first step in changing your efficiency patterns.
Getting those daily distractions out of the way it what gives you rhythm because each day comes with its own tasks, challenges and priorities and having these distractions blending in perfectly may sometimes give us the impression of super-busyness.
Probably the first rule in economy for making money is actually saving money, sewing your pockets, identifying those unnecessary things that eat your money and getting rid of them – this also goes for time management – the first thing you need to do in order to save time is to stop wasting time.