5 Useful Things You Could Do Tomorrow

With my previous guest post, I have explained that there are all sorts of useless tasks which end up making maximizing results as far as your personal productivity level is concerned next to impossible. I have referred to 5 of the absolutely useless things which most people do on a daily basis and, as a logical follow-up, here are 5 extremely useful things which you could start doing tomorrow:

1) Get Up Earlier

Let’s face it: would it kill you to get up earlier tomorrow (of course, that means that you should also go to sleep earlier tonight)? You’d be surprised as to how incredible the results you could be experiencing may be as a result of such an approach.

Use the extra free time you gain however you see fit: spend more time with your beloved ones, work on a certain project, the possibilities are virtually endless and, as a result, getting up earlier tomorrow will definitely prove to be a decision you will not regret.

2) Start the Day with a Prioritized To-Do List

Being organized is always a must and spending a few minutes each day in order to put together a prioritized to-do list is definitely the way to go. After all, starting the day knowing which tasks you will need to complete and, even more so, knowing what your priorities are as well is definitely extremely productive, so why not give it some thought?

3) Work Out for a Few Minutes

Why not try to work out for a few minutes right after waking up? You can rest assured that such an approach is an excellent way to start the day. You will feel better, you will be energized and, of course, ready to maximize results as far as the tasks you will be working on are concerned.

4) Organize Your Office

How much time are you currently wasting as a result of the fact that you always seem to misplace certain objects? Things do tend to add up, so why not do something about it? Find some time to organize your office accordingly, it’s a small investment on your part which will, without a doubt, pay off in the long run.

Aren’t you tired of working in an office which is simply a mess? Aren’t you tired of having to always waste valuable time by searching for all sorts of objects you have misplaced? If so, then why not do something about it?

5) Make Plans for the Future

Why only limit yourself to dealing with the present? You don’t have to invest hours upon hours of your time, a few minutes every now and then will definitely do the job. How do you see yourself and your business a few years from now? What are you willing to do in order to get there? Answering these questions every once in a while will definitely prove to be more than worth it, so what are you waiting for?

Now that you know which useless tasks you need to eliminate from your daily routine and which ones you can replace them with, taking action is a must. Are you ready to get started?

Best wishes,
Alan Johnson

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Author info: This guest post was written by Alan Johnson, who teaches you how to Become More Productive Through 7-Day Challenges over at TheRatingBlog.com.

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Comments

  1. says

    LOL – I’m also done for #1 (went to bed at 12:30am – up for work at 5). BUT – everything else looks great, and are all things that I really need to do. Thanks for the reminder – you sometimes forget to do the simplest things…

  2. says

    I just am reading a weight management book that recommends the early morning workout for energizing and fat burning. Getting a fresh supply of oxygen in your system to start the day is great for creativity and fighting the doldrums and depression. Didn’t mean to turn this into a health nut thing. THANKS for the great list.

  3. says

    Couldn’t agree more with yesterday’s and today’s posts… getting up early means alone thinking time before the house wakes, and I write first thing in the morning… it starts the rest of my creative day off right.

    Judith

  4. says

    That is an excellent list. I try and do all of them, almost every day. Although, I usually end my day w/ a prioritised list so I can get straight into it the next day.

  5. says

    A good list. Thank you. I am going to be tougher with a few other things that get in the way, so I can make these happen more often.
    Unfortunately I usually want to do all of them at once :-)

  6. says

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  7. A. Pips says

    That has got to be the most depressing list I have ever read. Organise your life, know whats coming. Puke, makes me sick. Join the Army, you get paid for it. And not everyone works in a plastic, ethernet, brown desk cubicle office. Live a little please.

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