Have you ever tried to accomplish several goals or requests throughout the day, but always fall short? Don’t worry, we have you covered. In order to conquer daily objectives, you must become more productive. Here at JFG, we have five unique tips to stay focused all day long.
Wake up early.
Some of the most successful entrepreneurs in history were early risers. Both Robert Iger and Michelle Obama rise at 4:30 a.m. every day. Waking up early in the morning let’s you map out your day and complete activities before work starts.
Exercise not only benefits you physically but also enhances your mental capacity. Activities like Yoga increase your flexibility and strength and relieve stress.
Complete the most difficult task first.
We all have the natural instinct to avoid daunting tasks that make us feel nervous or irritated. However, if you complete troublesome tasks first, your day will be less stressful and more enjoyable.
Set new goals each day.
Setting different goals each day will make life more exciting and spontaneous. Those who set goals have a significantly smaller chance of being distracted by outside influences over those who lack objectives.
Limit usage of social media.
Social media is very distracting. In today’s society, we feel the need to always check our Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, and Twitter accounts to see who has messaged us or for reassurance that we are not being left out of life-changing events. To stay productive, set a reminder on your phone or download blockers on your computer to prevent yourself from constantly checking your social media accounts.
At JFG, we combine our innate creativity with these productivity tips so we can help our clients accomplish their goals every day.
This post was inspired by an article by Forbes contributor, Jennifer Cohen,president and CEO of fitness and wellness brand NGR – No Gym Required. Read the inspiration: 5 Things Super Successful People Do Before 8 a.m.
J. Fitzgerald Group is a full-service traditional and digital marketing communications firm based in suburban Buffalo, N.Y.