Get more done in less time with this 14-day Productivity Challenge and free daily planner printable. If you are tired of spinning your wheels to get things done and feeling disorganized, this productivity plan can help. Achieve your goals and streamline your to-do list with this plan. While you are in a productive mood, consider getting your finances in order with these free budget planners.
How the 14-day productivity challenge works
This process is simple. The productivity plan has broken down tasks into two weeks. Each day take some time and effort to complete each task. Making small changes to your habits day-by-day can result in getting your tasks completed. At the end of the challenge, you will hopefully see a positive change in your daily routine and improve your time management.
Define your goals for the month & week
Wake up 30 minutes earlier every day
Write out your to-do list
Clean your workspace every afternoon
Set deadlines for your goals
Schedule breaks in your workday
Check your email only twice a day
Get 8 hours of sleep
Choose one bad habit to break
Schedule calls and meeting in batches
Batch regular tasks
Practice the Pomodoro method
Make a productivity playlist
Choose one healthy habit to develop
Focus on being productive, not busy!
How to use the Productive Day Planner
First, download the daily planner. Print 14 copies (or more).
For each day, assign your number one goal for the day. Include scheduled appointments/calls you have planned. Decide 3 main tasks and what to-do’s you must finish. On the right of the must-do box is a space to include tasks that can wait. Should you finish your mandatory tasks, move to those can-wait tasks. There is a tomorrow section that allows you to see what tasks are coming up!
How do you track productivity?
Track your performance by using the time tracker or using a productivity tracker. In our daily productivity planner, there are ways to assign targets and track time in 25-minute intervals (which is suggested to do by the Pomodoro technique).
What is the Pomodoro technique?
The concept is this: Break your workday into 25-minute chunks separated by five-minute breaks. These intervals are named pomodoros. After four Pomodoro’s, you take a longer break of about 15 minutes. By doing this, you are more likely to stay focused and avoid mindless tasks like logging on social media for hours on end.
If you want to get more done, consider making changes to your daily habits. It can be challenging at first, but when you make tiny changes over time it feels less daunting! Stop wasting the time you have and use these productivity tools to set and reach your goals. Let me know how the process goes for you and if you have any productivity hacks yourself!
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