Being digitally clean is showing considerable results in increasing an individual’s productivity every day.
What are the important Digital Cleaning Tips?
Here are 5 important Digital Cleaning Tips for boosting your productivity:
1. Turn Off Notifications:
A recent survey suggests that checking your phone while working or resuming work after checking all your phone-notifications slows your brain for the next 15-20 minutes. Only after that, your brain will get into focus on the work. Imagine what happens when you keep checking notifications every half-hour or one hour? You lose approx. 3 Hours of your productive time. Turn off notifications during working hours. Save time.
2. Clean Inbox:
Can you believe how every single email (old) in your inbox is consuming energy 24/7? It’s true. To stay in your email cloud, it takes energy. It’s surveyed that if individuals in a small locality delete 50-60 emails, the energy-saved becomes substantial. Clean your inbox from time to time. Have fewer important emails.
3. Start Unsubscribing:
Unsubscribe from newsletters, promotions, emails, coupons, etc. It’s a drag to your productivity.
4. Clean Screen:
Keep your laptop/smartphone screen clean from social-media app icons, gaming-apps, shortcuts, and links. If you have anything to store, put them in their corresponding folder. Don’t use shortcut links for them on your screen. By simplifying your screen, you are helping yourself with no-distractions and look for what is important.
5. Delete Unnecessary:
If you have plenty of downloads, unused apps, and media on your phone, delete them immediately. They drain your space. And, with too many downloads, it is difficult to glance at a certain file when needed quickly.
Digital cleaning is an important aspect of boosting your productivity in recent times. So, be responsible while handling your digital space. Restrict yourself from notifications while working. Adopt digital minimalism.
1. Wake up Early:
A wonderful quote says:
It is well to be up before the day breaks. For such habits contribute to Health, Wealth, and Wisdom.” – Aristotle.
Wake up early. You will have more time to align yourself physically and mentally.
Early wake-up gives an energetic and peaceful start for the day, no matter how tight the schedule you have.
You don't have to do things in a hurry.
Early morning is a Fresh Start.
2. Rely on yourself:
“Freedom comes from strength and self-reliance.”–Lisa Murkowski
Relying on yourself is one of the most productive habits you should follow in life. Self-Reliance gives courage and perspective.
Expectations from others will reduce your productivity emotionally and physically.
Don't expect others to make you happy.
Your own shadow leaves. Expect nothing from people.
Make yourself happy.
Focus on improving your skills and talents.
You have your own life to sort. Don't waste your time on others.
Boost your inner soul through positivity.
Develop self-confidence to do things yourself instead of expecting others to do it for you.
Remember, you are no one's boss. And no one is your boss. Stay Humble.
Stay Self-Reliant to be more productive.
3. What you give Comes Back:
“Life is an echo. What you send out comes back. What you sow you reap. What you give you get. What you see in others exists in you.” – Zig Ziglar.
Give 100% to your work or passion, it comes back in the form of success and happiness. Spill negativities, it comes back to you. Spread positivity and it comes back ten folds.
The most productive things in life happen when you understand "what you give comes back." This will keep you stay positive, focused, and stay right.