Remove These 5 Distractions And Start Winning

Are you a winner? 5 distractions that can hold you back and keep you from winning

1.Clear Physical & Mental Clutter: Having a clean organized desk can reduce stress levels and have you surfing through the day engaged and motivated to do your tasks. Aside from physical clutter, ridding yourself with mental clutter, especially those thoughts that affect your focus when your moving in the right direction can significantly elevate your performance.
Create Ez To-Do List: The feeling of accomplishment comes with success in doing your tasks. When you break projects into manageable portions, you can tackle each task one bit by bit and motivate yourself to finish everything on time.

2.Multiple tasking?: Aside from slowing down your thought process, it also prevents you from being fully engaged in one task at a time. Multitasking works to give your brain a boost in dopamine, which makes you more prone to commit mistakes, and more likely to switch between tasks rapidly. This leads to leaving out those stressful (but important) assignments in exchange for mini tasks that are relatively easy to finish, but not important.
Regular-Timed Breaks: Breaks can be rewarding and help you stay focused during an otherwise hectic day. Breaks away from work like talking a walk, talking to a coworker, or reading a book,

3.improve productivity and help employees achieve more focus. Set a timer to go off to keep you focused,a cell phone can work too.
Know Best Times To Work: Most of us have special times in a day when we are in the zone. By scheduling most of your important work during this time frame, you can give yourself the best advantage to work in the time when you are most focused. For example: 8AM is the best time of day to make critical decisions because most people are more in control and physically active at this time.

4.Remove Distractions: Distractions are your number one enemy when it comes to keeping your focus. Online distractions for example, can hamper you from more productive tasks. Keep your focus by limiting the number of open windows, If you are prone to checking your social networking sites, you can block them during work or study hours. For those who can’t resist looking at their emails after a pop-up notification shows itself, simply turn them off to help you overcome impulsive checking.

5.Limit Caffeine Intake: When we’re feeling sleepy or sluggish, we often reach for a cup of coffee. However, too much caffeine can be unhealthy too. Heavy consumption of caffeine can cause nervousness, irritability and insomnia. If you need the extra boost to work on a sluggish afternoon, try other alternatives like a protein bar, a healthy piece of fruit, or tea beverage.

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