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8 Simple Things You Can Do In The Morning To Increase Your Productivity For The Rest Of The Day

Get of your ass and start being more productive! We'll show you how here!
by Mars Salazar | Mar 17, 2015
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We all have that "superhuman" friend who manages to accomplish a hundred and one things in a day. You know him, that annoying person who can effortlessly blast through deadlines and still have time to go out for dinner with his girlfriend and hit Valkyrie afterward. How the heck does he do that?!

Here’s the thing: We’re all given exactly 24 hours to strut our stuff every day, and it’s up to us to make the most out of ‘em. Your pal’s just using his time wisely, and if he could do it all in 24 hours, so could you!

Read on for some tips on hacking your mornings for a supercharged day!


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It’s common sense: The earlier you start your day, the more time you’ll have to finish everything you’re supposed to do. Another benefit of waking up at the crack of dawn: getting to leave the house before rush hour strikes! That alone is a very good reason to roll out of bed early, don’t you think? In case you need more convincin', here are other reasons why you should play the early bird bit.


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Psyche yourself up for the day ahead with a quick routine to wake you up: pick up your jump rope; go on a quick jog; play a few rounds of Just Dance if that’s your thing. Just don't overexert yourself or you might end up collapsing back in bed! When your blood and flesh is already active in the morning, then you'll be more physically ready to get started early.


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Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, so don’t skip it! Trust the commercials: A hearty meal will fight off that pesky morning sluggishness and will give you all the energy you’ll need to last until the noontime hunger pangs roll in.

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If you’re having trouble summoning the motivation (read: energy) you need at work, you could always use a chemical boost to perk you up. Whether you’re an espresso enthusiast, an avid tea drinker, or a soft drink guzzler, a jolt of caffeine into your system every now and then will do wonders to your energy levels. Just don't overdo it, okay? As they say, too much of something is always a no-no.


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Jot down all your tasks for day the moment you get to your desk and put your list somewhere super visible. Prioritize the ones you need to do, and cross out all the tasks you have achieved as the day goes by. Trust us, you’ll feel so productive afterward. It also makes your brain more organized in terms of thinking what you should do next. Less thinking = more doing!


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We all need to beat deadlines every single day, so here’s a tip: Before you dive into your work, sift through all the meetings, reminders, and to-do notes to identify the top three things you really, absolutely have to finish before the day ends. Do these first, then you can proceed to the items on the lower rungs of your priorities.


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And by “temptation,” we mean websites like Facebook, Twitter, and, as much as it pains us to say this, us! If you don’t need to visit a website for work, then stay far, far, far away from it. If the flesh is weak, install a website-blocking app like StayFocusd on your browser. Don’t worry; we’ll still be here when you get off work!

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You’ll be amazed at what you can accomplish when you’re not rushing into your office at the last allowable minute of your time-in period. For starters, you’ll have a few more precious moments to use to your liking, which you could devote to grabbing a cup of coffee, sorting out your desk, or starting your daily tasks a few minutes earlier so you could check off more items on your to-do list.

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