Learn an Inspirational Method on How To Become Productive and Effective in Life
A productivity meter simply means knowing when you are at your most energetic, at your most creative. It’s your prime biological time, and it’s very natural. Everyone is different. Some people are night owls, some people are most effective in the morning. I was a night owl for a long time and I had to switch my body clock. I found that going to bed early, and switching around how I do things helped me to become more of a day person. Now during the day I’m at my most productive, especially early in the morning.
When is your prime time?
So when you’re talking about your own productivity meter, it’s just trying to figure out when you are most able to focus and be most creative. I also think it’s important to feel like you’re going to be less distracted. For some people who have young kids, that might not be the morning time. You’re busy trying to get them to school, and the afternoon might also not be suitable once they’re home. So you may find that your prime biological can be affected by the things that you have to do each day.
To really get maximum results from the things you’re doing, you really have to figure out when your prime time is. Find out how you’re going to leverage that time to be most productive, when you can focus the most, be most creative. This means you can have the best results in the shortest amount of time. I’m going to challenge you to go out and figure that out for yourself.
How to find your productivity meter
There’s a few things you can do to figure out your productivity meter. You can go to bed at a certain time and change this up a little. You can just monitor yourself and monitor the activities that you do throughout the day and keep tabs of how you’re feeling. Keep a schedule and see when you were most productive. It’s also a good idea to cut out caffeine for a few days to figure out when you can be naturally productive. Some people depend on caffeine to be productive but you really want to figure out what your biological prime is.
By figuring this out you can leverage it to be the most productive in whatever project you’re working on. So just take a few moments this week to figure out when your prime time is, and maximize that time. Use it to focus on your most important objectives, the ones that will bring you the most results. These are not the small tasks like checking emails or returning calls, but the time when you’re trying to create. The time when you’re trying to have a really high impact on your business or your personal life.
What about you?
When do you feel most productive? Most creative? When is it that you feel at your absolute best? That’s what we’re talking about here. Let me know what you think about this, and what your personal prime time is. Mine is 9am to 12pm, after that everything starts to run down and I’m not as productive. This is Carolyne Onkoba with making your dash count. I’m helping business move from hassle to profitability.
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