It is known that the human body is tuned to 120-minute biological intervals. During the first 90 minutes of the interval, our mental energy reaches its peak and then drops for the remaining 30 minutes.


To achieve maximum productivity, it is best to work in a 90-minute sprint when our body is naturally energized and then take a 30-minute rest break when the body is naturally exhausted. This allows us to make full use of our body's energy.


Now knowing this information, you can be more productive. However, in order to maintain this productivity throughout the working day, we advise you to perform the following actions every day:


Start the day by making a plan

Write down the tasks you need to complete for the day and prioritize them so that you can focus on the most important ones.


Take regular breaks

Breaks can help to boost productivity by allowing your mind to rest and refocus on what needs to be done. 


Make sure you have the tools you need

Make sure you have all the tools and resources you need to complete each task at hand so you don't waste time searching for them when needed. 


Minimize distractions

Minimize distractions by turning off notifications, putting your phone away, and avoiding multitasking as much as possible while working on a task.


Maintain your motivation

Set short-term goals and reward yourself for achieving them. This will help you focus on what needs to be done and give you a sense of accomplishment after completing the task.


For additional motivation of employees, companies often use time trackers. For example, Yaware.TimeTracker. With the help of it,  each employee can see and analyze how much time they need to perform a particular task, how long they have already been working on the task, how much time is usually spent on distractions and what hours are the most productive, etc. 


Yes, there are different opinions about this, but time trackers still motivate most employees to work productively and efficiently during the day. 


Calm your inner perfectionist

Perfection is the enemy of productivity. Repeatedly reviewing your work, triple-checking for mistakes and doing extra work delays progress, drains your energy, while destroying your emotional health.


It is important to remember that many companies believe that good work and meeting deadlines is already a huge success.

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