🌼5 Simple Ways To Radically Improve Your Productivity In 2023(HIGHLY RECOMMENDED)

🌼5 Simple Ways To Radically Improve Your Productivity In 2023(HIGHLY RECOMMENDED)

“Goals are good for setting a direction, but systems are best for making progress.”

Are you looking to boost your productivity in 2023?


Although it can sometimes feel daunting, learning how to get more done in less time isn’t necessarily rocket science.

With a few small changes to your daily habits and routines, you can significantly increase your productivity and work more efficiently.

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Focus More On Your Systems

If you’ve ever struggled to achieve your goals, it might be because you’ve focused too much on the desired outcomes and too little on your systems.

Goals are specific outcomes you either achieve or fail to achieve (e.g. lose 20 pounds or earn a promotion at work).

Systems are a set of habits and routines that you follow on a consistent basis in order to make progress toward your goals.

As James Clear said in Atomic Habits:

“Goals are good for setting a direction, but systems are best for making progress.”

In other words, goals give us a target to aim for, but it’s the systems we put in place that determine whether or not we’ll actually reach that target.

Below are examples of how to use goals and systems in combination in order to succeed.

Goal: Gain 5kg of lean muscle mass within 6 months

System: Lift weights 4x per week + eat 100 grams of protein daily

Goal: Have a $50,000 investment portfolio within 5 years

System: Invest 25% of monthly income in ETFs and Index Funds

Goal: Self-publish a book within 9 months

System: Write 800 high-quality words per day

Where goals are desired outcomes we want to achieve, our systems are the vehicles to achieve those desired outcomes.

And as James Clear wrote, “The key to success is not to focus on your goals, but to focus on the systems that will help you achieve those goals.”

For any goal you set, define the system (e.g. the habits and routines) you need to follow in order to achieve these goals.

Without clearly defined systems, your goals are simply wishes.

But with clearly defined systems, you’ll have a process that makes your goals actionable and achievable.

Start The Day Strong

The first two hours of your day set the tone for the rest of the day. A lousy morning usually leads to a day filled with procrastination, bad decisions, and low performance.

But a productive and positive morning usually triggers a domino effect of good habits and productive behaviors throughout the rest of your day.

That’s why morning routines are so effective.

As Hal Elrod said in The Miracle Morning:

“If you want to improve your productivity, happiness, and overall quality of life, you have to start with your morning routine.”

It’s important to note that there’s no one-size-fits-all morning routine. A morning routine should be personalized to your unique lifestyle, goals, and values.

Personally, my morning routine is work-oriented.

When I wake up, I make a cup of black coffee, review my schedule, rank my to-do list based on priority, and dive straight into three hours of deep work.

But for others, their morning routine might be more health-oriented, mindset-oriented, or learning-oriented.

What matters most is that your morning routine is optimized for your lifestyle and long-term goals.

If you want to create your own morning routine for peak performance, here are seven habits to consider incorporating into your morning routine:

Meditation: This can help to clear your mind and cultivate a sense of inner peace
Journaling: By writing down your thoughts each morning, you can gain clarity and insight into your life.

Exercise: Exercise improves your mood, reduces stress, and increases productivity, so it’s well worth incorporating into your morning routine

Reading: Reading business or self-improvement books early in the day is a great way to expand your knowledge and expose yourself to new ideas
Visualization: Visualization is a powerful tool to set your intentions, manifest your desires, and focus your mind on your priorities

Planning: Make a schedule for the day, create a to-do list, and identify your top 1–3 priorities for today
Deep Work: The morning is the most productive time of the day for most people, so it’s ideal for practicing 90+ minutes of deep work
All in all, a strong start to the day primes your mind and body and helps you perform at your best.

By practicing empowering habits early in the day, you set the tone for a productive, healthy, and high-performing day.

And with each high-performing day, you build a more high-performing life.

Become An 80/20 Thinker

The 80/20 Principle states that in any given situation, roughly 80% of effects come from 20% of causes.

In other words, only a handful of tasks and projects are essential. They create the most value and lead to the most impact.

The most productive people are masters at 80/20 thinking.

By identifying and prioritizing the 20% of causes that lead to 80% of desired outcomes, they can make far more progress in less time compared to most others.

“The 80/20 principle is one of the great secrets of highly effective people and organizations.” — Stephen R. Covey

To become better at 80/20 thinking, look at your weekly schedule and rank your tasks based on to impact they make, the value they create, or the income they generate.

Then, analyze how much time you spend on each of your weekly tasks.

If you find yourself spending too much time on low-impact tasks, you’ll need to start prioritizing better.

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Simplicity > Complexity

Keeping things simple is the ultimate life hack. As Tony Robbins said, “Complexity is the enemy of execution.”

And Richard Branson said:

“Complexity is your enemy.”

These days, with every new goal I set or business idea I come up with, I ask myself ‘What if it was simple?’

This question helps me stay focused on the essentials of a project — and keeps me from making things unnecessarily complex.

The more complex your plan, the less likely you are to succeed.

Keeping things simple is best.

A simple business model is usually most profitable
A simple schedule is usually most effective
A simple diet or workout plan is usually most sustainable
A simple morning routine is usually most productive
A simple investing strategy is usually most profitable
Success in many areas of life isn’t rocket science. It usually boils down to doing the essentials really well.

Yet, keeping things simple turns out to be quite difficult for most people.

As Warren Buffett once said, “There seems to be some perverse human characteristic that likes to make easy things difficult.”

Stick to the essentials and remove all unnecessary clutter.

Reduce complexity to increase efficiency.

Do Important Work Early In The Day

As Brian Tracy wrote in his bestselling book Eat That Frog, “The best way to start the day is to tackle your most challenging, most important task first thing in the morning.”

For most people, the morning is the most productive time of the day. That’s when energy levels and willpower tend to be at their peak.

Furthermore, people’s cognitive abilities (such as memory, focus, and problem-solving capabilities), are usually at their best in the morning.

In other words, the morning is the perfect time to work on your most important, most challenging tasks.

These tasks require you to be at your best, so it makes sense to perform them during those hours when you’re at your best.

Contributed by Jari Roomer

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