Quick Fixes

In order to boost your productivity, you need to make an active effort to modify your habits and routines. This effort generally requires some upfront investment of time. While the “ROI” of productivity-boosting efforts is significant, people who are most in need of help are often the ones who don’t have time to invest in the first place.

For those of you who are strapped for time and don’t have the patience to navigate complex and time-consuming productivity changes, check out this article from the LifeHack blog. They recommend 10 one-minute time hacks that will help boost your overall productivity. Even if you don’t have ten minutes to spare, I’m sure you can afford to test out one or two of these this weekend:

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By noreply@blogger.com (Efficiency Sales Professional Institute-) | |
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