7 Things To Do While Working Out To Be More Productive

Double Your Productivity by Multi-tasking Your Work Out

This is a guest post by Nelu Mbingu, a self-improvement blogger, at Lessons From Everyday Life.

You know that working out is good for your health.

Maybe you’re even part of the few that know exercise can make you more productive.

But you still convince yourself that you don’t have time. You just can’t make it to the gym.

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10 Tips to Help You Stay on One Task Until It’s Done

How to Do One Thing Until it is Completely Done

You are trying to get one task done.

Yet, everything and everyone is conspiring to keep you from getting it done.

It should only take 5 minutes, but you can’t seem to get 5 uninterrupted minutes in your entire day.

How can you stay on task long enough to get that important task to done?

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10 Tips to Get Those Must Do Tasks Done

How to Make Sure Your Most Important Todo Get Done

You start your day and you have those few tasks that you tell yourself that you must get done today.

You know how important they are. Perhaps, you write them down on a piece of paper or post-it note, and you tell yourself that you will get them done… no matter what.

Yet, when you get to the end of the day, you have either forgotten about them or just simply haven’t gotten to them.

Why does this happen and how can you make sure that those “must do” tasks get done?

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5 Tips to Be More Present and Productive

Be in the Moment to Get More Done

Have you ever had a conversation with someone and afterwards you can’t even remember what they said?

It was probably because you were busy doing something else while you were talking to them. Or you were distracted by your phone. Or your email.

If you want to be productive in your activities you need to be present in the moment.

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5 Reasons Why Proactivity is Key to Productivity

Stop Waiting for Work to Come to You

Are you getting your work done?

Or do you sit around and wait for work to come to you?

(I have written previously about the danger of doing other’s people’s jobs.)

Not only does this behavior demonstrate a lack of initiative, but it is a bigger problem because if you are waiting for work to come to you… it means that you aren’t doing your own work.

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10 Tough Questions to Ask Yourself About Your Goals

Do You Really Know Your Goals?

Goals. We all have them. Whether you admit them or not.

They could be written down for all to see. Or hidden in the recesses of your mind, privy only to you.

By nature, we all have things we want to accomplish.

Yet, are you clear on the “why, how, and when” of your objectives? Today I have 10 questions to give you insight into what you are truly trying to accomplish.

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Why Your Time Management Should Be Effortless

The Best Time Management System is the One You Don’t Think About

“I don’t have time for time management.”

That is an excuse that I hear often.

You say that you don’t have time to sit down and plan. Or to get up early and get things done. Or to set goals and deadlines.

All of these are excuses.

After all, time management’s main purpose is to make time, not take time.

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