When you’re working on a big project but only have a limited amount of time to get it done, boosting productivity becomes very important. Otherwise, when the deadline arrives, you might not have much to show for your efforts. So, how do you increase productivity so you can finish your projects on time? Here are four ways:

  1. Commit to working on your project every day.

Sometimes the most challenging part of finishing a project is getting yourself to actually work on it—especially after an extended break. That’s why, instead of procrastinating, you should commit to working on your project every day. That way, you’ll incorporate it into your daily routine, making it easier to continue with the project from where you last left off.

  1. Set deadlines for completing the various stages of your project.

It can be tempting to casually go about the work if there are no set deadlines for the various stages of the project. To keep from falling into a slowly paced workstyle, set specific deadlines to meet while working on the project. Setting several minor deadlines helps create a definitive work pace, which can help ensure to finish the project on time. In addition, multiple deadlines can provide inspiration to work harder.

  1. Eliminate as many distractions as possible.

Anything that pulls you away from the work—even momentarily—makes you less productive. By eliminating distractions like email, voicemail, and text notifications, one is better able to stay focused on the task at hand, allowing for more to get done. If you do turn off your regular notifications, remember to dedicate specific times during the day for checking your emails, voicemails, and texts. This way, you’ll stay up to date with what’s going on, as not to accidentally miss out on anything important.

  1. Schedule yourself breaks and don’t skip them.

While holding extended work sessions may sound like an ultra-productive strategy, in reality, it usually isn’t. Why? Because concentration and motivation start to suffer after working for too long without a break. Scheduled breaks give you a chance to recharge, so you can return to your project fresh and ready to work. A popular way of handling breaks is to schedule a 15-minute recess after every 90 minutes of work.

Boosting your productivity is vitally important if you don’t want to struggle with insane last-minute workloads. Maybe, the above can be of help.

by Mike Djordjevich

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