Why finding your productivity rhythm helps you get more done

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Have you found your rhythm yet? Optimal productivity isn’t about perpetual motion.

To find your peak productivity time, you must discover the right rhythm of activity and breaks throughout your day.

This is especially true if you work from home and your personal and work life intertwine.

The key is to notice repeated interruptions. When you see a pattern, build a schedule that puts low value work during those times.

THIS is your productivity rhythm; the highs and lows of your workday.

Schedule your MVAs during those “quiet times” for maximum productivity and focus.

How do you maintain focus at home?

If you want to increase your productivity while working from home, take Dave’s course, “Time Management: Working from Home,” on  LinkedIn Learning at davecrenshaw.com/home.

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