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Andréa Marcucci’s Productivity Tips

Andréa Marcucci's Productivity Tips

Productivity Tip VIII

31 December 2014 | No Comments | LASTLOOK Team

Unclutter your workspace.

A messy workplace puts unconscious stress on the mind. Keep your workplace clean and you’ll be able to devote more focus to your work.


Andréa Marcucci's Productivity Tips

Productivity Tip VII

24 December 2014 | No Comments | LASTLOOK Team

Keep your meetings short and efficient.

Get to the heart of whatever you’re discussing, and trust your team to work out the details.


Andréa Marcucci's Productivity Tips

Productivity Tip VI

17 December 2014 | No Comments | LASTLOOK Team

Separate the important from the urgent.

While urgent matters will often try to pull your focus away from whatever you’re doing, keep the bigger, more important things in mind no matter what you’re doing.


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Productivity Tip V

10 December 2014 | No Comments | LASTLOOK Team

Take time to recharge.

You can’t expect yourself to be productive if you’re running on empty.


Andréa Marcucci's Productivity Tips

Productivity Tip IV

03 December 2014 | No Comments | LASTLOOK Team

Try and get the most difficult or most important task done first thing.

You’re at your most productive early in the day, so you’ll be able to get the biggest task done fastest. Plus, the rest of your to-do’s will seem even easier by comparison.


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Productivity Tip III

26 November 2014 | No Comments | LASTLOOK Team

If you’re feeling pent up, take a walk for 15 or 20 minutes.

It really helps you to clear your head and see things with fresh eyes.


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Productivity Tip II

19 November 2014 | No Comments | LASTLOOK Team

Keep a physical to-do list.

Not only will it keep you accountable for the things you have to do, but it will help you keep track of your progress throughout the day.


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Productivity Tip I

12 November 2014 | No Comments | LASTLOOK Team

Don’t check email at the start of your day.

It distracts you from your to-do list, and gives you an excuse to not make progress on existing tasks.