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10 Less Stressful Ways to Get Your Daily Work Done

“Tell me to what you pay attention and I will tell you who you are.” Jose Ortega y Gasset

“We are what we frequently do. Excellence, then, is not an achievement, but a habit.” Aristotle

It is early morning. You’ve had your breakfast and done your morning routine.

So you head out into your daylight. And in a short while you’ll sit down in clas or at your work and get started with your daily work.

But how can you get that work done in a way that is less stressful, little vigor spending and simply a bit smarter?

Today I’d like to share 10 tips that have helped me with that.

I hope you will find something here that will help you too to simplify and relaxify your own daily work.

1. Do time one thing at a time.

It will help you to get your task all the way to done, to feel less emphasized and mystified and you’ll do a better undertaking comparison with if you multi-task things.

And if you feel accentuated and overwhelmed during your daylight then you can tell yourself this simple thing to regain focus and inner lucidity again.

2. Keep a minimalistic workspace.

It spawns it easier to keep your focus and attention in the right place and to keep your thinking clear.

I keep a workspace with simply a wooden table, a chair, my computer, a larger screen and a glass of spray or jug of tea on that desk.

3. Go slow.

One good way to do more focused work is to go a bit slower than you may frequently do.

I have also found that by merely “ve got something” at a slower gait it feels less like a mental loading and so I am less likely to procrastinate.

4. Eliminate.

From time to time ask yourself 😛 TAGEND

What one task during my date or week can I simply eliminate and not do with few or no upshots?

It’s easy to precisely save “re doing everything” simply because “you should” or because you’ve always done so.

So question how you go about things to free up energy and day. There is often room to at least simplify a bit through elimination.

5. Cycle 100% focused working in collaboration with 100% full rest.

This is a big one for me.

By doing things this space you’ll help yourself to keep your mental sharpness and vigor up for the whole day and workweek.

I do this by setting the timer-app on my phone for 20 minutes( or sometimes only 5-10 minutes ).

During those minutes I merely concentrates on the one task at hand and it becomes easier to do so because I know that I exclusively is therefore necessary to get it on for this limited time period.

When the timer beeps I leave my work for 5-15 minutes. During those times I focus only on resting by having a snack, taking a short walk or by relaxing with my seeings closed on the couch.

6. Don’t pulsated yourself up when things don’t go as planned.

Instead, be kind to yourself and smart-alecky with your vigor and ask yourself 😛 TAGEND

What is one thing I can learn from this?

Use what you can learn to do things better and to avoid obligating the same mistake in the future. It’s a better apply of your time than expend it on missing a past that you cannot change anyway.

7. Let emails and other online checking wait until the end of the workday.

Or at least for a few hours.

Don’t start your daytime with going through your email- if possible- because it can add a lot of stress and suck away your limited power and attention early in the day.

It can also make it hard to even find enough time for your most important tasks if you get too confused by your inbox.

8. Limit your daily information input.

Regularly unsubscribe to blogs, podcasts, gatherings and email newsletters that doesn’t included much appraise to your life anyway.

Keep merely the most helpful, funny, motivating and best ones.

This very simple thing can free up quite a bit of both day and attending over the course of a month.

9. Ask yourself questions every day that help you to find your focus.

It’s so easy to get off track during a day.

To stay on it or to get back there if you get lost use one- or both- of my own favorite questions 😛 TAGEND

What is most important I can do right now? What would I work on if I only had 2 hours for work today?

If you like, write these questions down on a notation and kept that note where you cannot avoid seeing it during your day.

10. Focus chiefly on the how to and not so much on the what-ifs.

Don’t get stuck in analysis paralysis, overthinking and in the fret and lack of self-esteem that is generally comes from those pernicious thoughts.

Instead, focus on what you actually can do, on what war you can take to move forward.

Empower yourself by asking yourself 😛 TAGEND

What is one small step I can take right now to move forward towards my goal or out of this situation?

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Written by WHS

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