How to get more work done in a day, than most people do in a week

How to get more work done in a day, than most people do in a week

Having things done every day is really something we do underrate, some do, some don’t, it really depends on the person, his drive and perseverance. How to get more work done in a day, than most people do in a week is something you have to be inquisitive about.

So take a minute, think about your day. Start from the moment you started work, to the moment you called it a day.

New research has revealed that the average UK office worker is only productive for 2 hours and 53 minutes out of the working day.

That’s really shocking right?.

Yes, I know. So in this article, I would be dropping tips on How to get more work done in a day than most people do in a week


If you are serious about getting work done, then timing should be an actual point you should take seriously.          Like everyone says timing is everything.

A good first step to start this is to create a personalized routine that coincides with when you are at your best each day. Not every routine work for different people. So what works for jack might not work for you. You know your self, and you are the only person capable of creating the perfect daily routine for yourself.

You probably have a pretty good sense of the time of day when you are most productive, focused or energetic.
Most people are productive in the early hours of the day. They do more, work better and get a lot done before midday.

Now you’re done creating a daily routine every morning due to your schedule for the day, then its up to you to follow it.

Following a schedule isn’t much of a task, except you have an attitude of procrastinating. I wrote an article about that here.

.Take Breaks when necessary

You are bound to grow weary and lose focus if you sit behind a desk or stare at a screen for eight hours or more. Research has shown that short breaks taken regularly resulted in a 16% improvement in focus, this sync helps us maintain focus throughout the workday.’ It’s critical to take breaks and let your brain rest after a long session of work.

When you break to refresh for new tasks, you’ll come back recharged and ready to achieve greater efficiency.

When you strategical invest in your time, talent and energy, this would bring you a good workflow.

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