Want to stop being lazy and get more done? Here are 5 tips.

October 20, 2021
Written by Alina Lee

Have more freedom with your time with these helpful tips.

1️⃣ Put those to-do lists down and schedule everything
✔️ Be realistic about what can be done
✔️ Do tasks at the most efficient time
✔️ Schedule time for those unexpected interruptions
✔️ Reduce the urge to procrastinate by having a fixed schedule
✔️ Schedule your free time – correlation to improved quality of life

2️⃣ Set the time you’re going home, and then work backward
✔️ Gives you work/life balance
✔️ Forces you to be more efficient with your time
✔️ Helps you prioritize what is most important
✔️ Prevents burnout

3️⃣ Plan your entire week
✔️ Spend time more wisely with a plan
✔️ More likely to achieve long term goals
✔️ Increases your follow-through

4️⃣ Do a few things and do them well
✔️ Not everything is essential
✔️ What creates real value? Prioritize your time based on your answer
✔️ Eliminate as much of the rest when possible

5️⃣ Focus less on the shallow stuff and more on the deep work
✔️ Block out time to do deep work to improve your skills and produce high-value results
✔️ Limit the time you are doing low value but time-consuming work, like meetings, emails, and moving information around

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About The Author Alina Lee

I am a marketing law attorney who helps marketing agencies and companies with marketing departments protect their brands. In my legal career, I’ve worked at two prominent law firms and in-house at two renowned companies. Through my firm, Your Ad Attorney, I provide end-to-end legal counseling for your front-end marketing, online paywalls, and customer service communications. Plus, I provide up front flat rates on a project-by-project basis with clear turnaround times.

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