Understanding how you work best is the key to ensuring that you are being the most productive you can be. There are several different ways that this can be done. Many people do not understand what works best for them, so they may need to try different things. When you do figure this out, it will add hours into your day!

Keep reading for some great tips…

Stop Waiting For the Perfect Time

The perfect time is never going to happen. In fact, the longer you wait, the more likely it is to not ever happen. If you have a project, a launch, or a business plan that you want to get started on, get started on it today. Even if it’s a small step, it’s still a step in the right direction.


Turn Off Your Phone

In today’s world, your phone can give you access to a million distractions. Social media is one of the biggest distractions out there! When you are working on a project, turn your phone off until the project is over.

Get Up Early

This tip is not always for everyone, but many people work their best early in the morning. If you are one of those people, make sure that you get up early and start your work.


Can some of the tasks on your plate be outsourced to others? If so, hire some help! Although you may think that you are spending more money than normal, it actually is the opposite. This will free up more time for you to be more productive in things you enjoy and even take on more of those types of projects.

Drink Water

This may sound like a funny tip, but making sure that you are hydrated will give you more energy. More energy means that you are getting more done. So grab your water bottle and make sure that you are sipping it throughout the entire day.

Being productive can help you reach your goals quicker and more effectively. What is your favorite trick to make sure that you are productive? Comment below!

Laura Macauley

Laura Macauley

Virtual Assistant at Significantly Successful
Laura is a Virtual Assistant for Kristi and Dan at Significantly Successful. She loves social media, blogging, newsletters and keeping everyone organized.
Laura Macauley