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How to work and study more productively

How to work and study more productively
How to work and study more productively

Sometimes we all struggle with organization of our work and study plan. If you think that 24 hours is not enough to do important things then you don’t know how to properly lead your time. There is a lot of research in the area of Management that is focused on time, planning and organization. Time Management is one of the newest areas of Management in which is focused on smart planning and organizing activities. Being busy isn’t the same as being effective, so it is not how much you work, it is important how quality you work, and how you are focused on the thing that you are doing. In Management one of the most popular principles of leading time in the best way is Pareto principle, known as 80-20 rule. The Pareto principle means that 80 % of results will come from 20 % of your effort.

The 80/20 Rule is one of the most helpful of all concepts of time and life management. If you want to be more productive, get better grades, and have more time to relax then you need to apply the 80/20 rule, but not in the one area, 80/20 rule needs to be your lifestyle in all spheres of life. So it is known that a good plan is half of implementation. You need to focus on creating a good plan, and atmosphere in which you feel motivated and happy. You need to make a list of your goals, activities, desires, hobbies and other important things in your life.

After you write it on paper, the next step is thinking and evaluating them, so A is s for your most important activities (20%), B are somewhat important (60%),  C are your least important activities (bottom 20%). Don’t forget that your daily habits have an important rule in your lifestyle and create you person who you are. So pick a music that is making you happy, spend time with people who have a good effect on your mood, spend time in nature, read books that help your creativity and tackle the hardest and most important tasks first.

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