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1. FEW SECONDS MATTERS:

There always have some smaller tasks to finish at our schedule. We neglect them to do later. After that, we forget them under other important visible work.

WHAT TO DO:

When such a to-do crosses your path, ask yourself if you can complete it in a few seconds or not. If so, just finish it.

2. QUESTION YOURSELF:

We spend a few times in gossiping and politics in the office. These few moments become a few hours after months. This becomes a total waste of our time.

WHAT TO DO:

Always ask yourself, “Is this the best use of my time at this exact minute?” If not, stop what you’re doing. Invest your efforts toward another activity that will give you an actual payoff.

3. LEARN TO SAY NO:

When you are drowning at work and take more for you, it becomes a burden on yourself. Because only taking jobs does not impress your boss. How effectively you finish them matters.

WHAT TO DO:

If you are already under working pressure, you can say no to new works, not every time, obviously. But a polite refusal will not do any harm.

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1.) BE ORGANIZED:

Some people have a hard time staying focused because they have a flooded desk with piles and stacks. Those distract them from the task at hand.

WHAT TO DO:

Clear the clutter from your desk and other visible surfaces of your workplace. Put your finished project on the rack and ongoing, unfinished projects at the desk. Then only you can focus entirely. You will not lose your attention from what you are working on.

2.) OUTSOURCING:

Especially when you are the boss, or you run a business, then you try to be perfect at work by supervising every single detail yourself. It creates enormous work pressure, and you could not complete your everyday work.

WHAT TO DO:

Learn to outsource. Keep faith in your team. Train them to work according to your vision of work.

3.) SOCIAL MEDIA ENGAGEMENT:

Checking your Facebook or Instagram may be a quick relief from work pressure. But not being careful enough can cost you hours from your work time.

WHAT TO DO:

Make your apps sleep after 5 to 10 minutes of usage at your office time. You can use some technology.

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1.) Commit

Declare the habit you want to develop and write it down as a form of commitment.

2.) State your "why"

State your motivations for developing this habit and how it will benefit you.

3.) Identify the cue

Identify what will get your habit going every single time- The time of the day, a location, after an event/action, or something else.

4.) Identify rewards

Identify what you will get out of performing your habit every time and once you have developed it for at least a month.

5.) Track & grow

It takes an average of 66 days to develop a habit so track the days you perform your habit and see how long you can make the chain go until it becomes automatic for you.