8 tips to improve your productivity when studying from Rohit's blog

You are surely wanting to know how you can do so much more in less time. Cool! In the next section we are going to give you some tips and advice that will improve your productivity. Are you ready?

1. Assign priorities.

It is also recommended that you rank your study assignments according to their priority. This way you will be clear about which tasks go first and which ones can be postponed. For this you can apply the Eisenhower method, which is a very simple and useful technique to assign learning to distinguish the urgent from the important.

To put this technique into practice, we must classify the tasks as urgent (they require immediate action) or non-urgent (they do not require immediate action) and important (they help you achieve your long-term goals) or not important (they do not help you to achieve your goals). To do this, we will build a square that in turn we will divide it into four parts.

Tasks can be classified according to their priority following the following order:

  • Urgent and importanttasks must be done immediately.

  • Important but not urgenttasks can be postponed but we must pay attention to them and plan them to carry them out.

  • Urgent but not importanttasks if you can delegate them to someone else, do it, and if you don't look for a space to do them yourself, but they are not a priority.

  • Tasks not urgent and not importantare tasks that can rule priority if we have more things to do.

2. Take advantage of apps.

If you are studying in the 21st century, why not take advantage of it? Of course we do not mean that you spend the afternoons playing with your smartphone, far from it. But the truth is that there are many apps that can be very useful when studying. You can find apps to organize and plan your study, to improve your concentration when studying, to take notes, to organize and share documents, to learn languages, etc.

3. Establish your own routine.

Try creating your own study routine. For this it is recommended that you always study in the same place (as far as possible) and at the same hours. This will help, after a while, your mind associate those hours of the day and that place with studying and it will go into concentration mode automatically.  So a student must use the days between dates calculator to plan his weekends. 

4. After one task, another.

Forget about doing a thousand things at once. One of the fundamental pillars of productivity is to put your full attention on what you are doing, which is why it is quite at odds with the multitasking concept.

If you intend to do something, try to put all your attention, all your effort, on it. When you're done, move on to the next task on your list. Remember to keep your roadmap and follow your planning as much as possible.

5. Take short breaks during your study.

Surely you have ever done a study marathon and you have spent hours and hours without lifting your head from the books. Now think about something. Have you obtained the result that you expected with so much effort? Probably not. The reason is that to be able to perform well during the study we need to rest from time to time, refresh the mind, and stretch the body.

In addition to planning and studying, there are other factors that can also help you take your productivity to a higher level. Things like a good diet, exercise and rest, are vital to give the best of ourselves.

6. Get some exercise.

Don't worry, we're not suggesting that you sign up for crossfit or the next New York marathon. We just encourage you to stay active. You can take brisk walks, sign up for dance classes, ... A little exercise will help your mind and body, fill you with endorphins and relieve stress.

7. Get up early and take advantage of the day

Have you heard that God helps those who get up early? Studies show that getting up early increases productivity. Think that first thing in the morning we are more active and full of energy, and, in addition, there are usually times when nobody bothers us, so why not take advantage of it?

Set the alarm a couple of hours earlier, get up when it rings, no lingering. Get active with a good shower and breakfast. Exercise if that's what you like. If you establish it as part of your daily routine, you will see how from the first moment you will start the day with strength and you will have much more time for everything, even for your studies. 

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By Rohit
Added Jul 30 '21



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