How to get massive load of work done Everyday.

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every one has this problem on doing things but not doing things. confusing right?. what am trying to say here is keeping yourself busy doesn't mean you are productive. To use the technical term this Article is about how to get a bulk load of work done. So as somebody who went from being an overly involved college student straight into being an overly idea laden content creator, entrepreneur whatever you want to call me I feel like I always have a lot of work resting on my shoulders and I tend to get a lot of it done. Well let's move back a little bit first into this perception of how much work we have to do. When people ask us how we're doing what's the answer we usually give them. That's right. It's usually I'm just so busy. The word busy is just so commonly uttered from our mouths and I want to challenge you on this assumption. What is busy really mean now for all the crap he gets. Thomas Edison actually said something pretty smart on this subject “Being busy does not mean real work. The object of all work is productive or accomplishment and to either of these ends there must be forethought system planning, intelligence, honest, purpose, as well as perspiration seeming to do is not doing”.

Now that's something you should really take to heart. How much of your time is seeming to do and how much of it is actually spent doing and getting real things accomplished producing real work of real value for the past few months it seems like I've actually been able to produce a lot more work than I used to in the past. Now I'm creating videos almost every week. So how was I able to increase this output and go from just being busy all the time and feeling sorry for myself about how much work I had on my shoulders to actually getting things done. Well to be honest I could attribute this to a lot of factors motivation, habits, planning, time management, task management, efficiency delegation, hiring people there's all sorts of things that go into getting work done, on top of that just the simple discipline of sitting down and working and I could devote articles to every single one of these topics and many of them will get articles in the future but the topic I want to focus on in this article is the act of planning specifically daily planning what we want to get away from here is this feeling of being busy and not actually getting a whole lot done.

Not really focusing on any specific task you have to do and you're probably familiar with some of the common cases where this happens you're in the library you've got all your material in front of you but you don't really know which thing you should study so now you're on Facebook. Daily planning alleviates this problem because if you do it right you know exactly what you should be doing at any given time. For instance, my morning routine is a form of a daily plan. The moment I wake up in the morning I know exactly what I need to do. I need to turn off my wake up alarm, I need to immediately meditate, go for a walk make breakfast read books etc. I know exactly what I need to do and as a result I do it. Morning routines are incredibly important but I want to talk about the actual daily plan that encompasses your specific tasks that you need to get done. Whenever I get a new task that needs to be done at some point in time it goes straight into to do it.

On Sundays I create a weekly plan in a paper notebook really simple and write down exactly what I want to accomplish that week. Then when I wake up in the morning and go through my morning routine I have a habit which is to simply create a daily plan. So on that whiteboard, I write my daily plan every single morning and I put the day of the week at the top and then I write down the six to seven maybe eight if I am feeling really productive that day things that I need to get done and I don't stop there though. I try to estimate when each task should be done by so I'll put a dash and then I'll put the time when I'm estimating these times. I try to take into account a fudge ratio basically it's taking the time I estimate to get things done and applying a little bit of a buffer to it because we are very bad at planning for things that go wrong or very bad at planning for inefficiencies and we tend to take the best case scenario as a guess for when we estimate times.

So now that I have this daily plan I have a list of tasks in the order that I need to do them. I have an estimate for the time that each one should be done and now I know at any given time what I should be doing. Once I'm done with my morning routine I jump right into the first one and try as best as I can to get it done by the time I estimated seeing it run on the board next to me reminds me that that's what I should be working on. I don't let myself get distracted by other things. Now that's not to say that I'm absolutely perfect about getting less done every day but combined with other productivity techniques that I apply to my life like habit tracking and commitment devices and the Pomodoro Technique and things like that it's actually really effective. I'm not exactly sure what those are but there's a gap. So the lesson is clear here. If you want to get a lot of things done you need to plan your day out in advance and then stick to that plan. Doing so will let you know what to focus on. On any given moment and you'll spend a lot less time feeling busy but not getting much work. 

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