Do you find yourself wondering how to be productive with limited time?
As a fellow mom, firefighter wife, and business owner, I stand firmly with you. Not all days look the same. Do I have a schedule? Sure! Do I also have unforeseen things come up that limit my time to work and be productive? Absolutely.
There is no one way that works for everyone. Productivity and task management is fluid.
If you have a method you love, feel free to pop over to Reyes Virtual Solutions Facebook or Instagram and share there or DM me if you need someone to step into your business and help get it on the path to productivity.
Here are a few tips I have found to help me be productive with limited time.
- Write down everything that you want to get done, then prioritize these items based on importance.
- Break down big tasks into smaller tasks.
- Utilize timers to make sure you aren’t going down a rabbit hole with certain tasks.
- Create deadlines for yourself so that you can stay motivated
- Use the pomodoro technique to focus on one task for 25 minutes at a time (see more on this below)
The Pomodoro technique helps you focus on one task at a time without distractions. A timer is set for 25 minutes of work followed by 5 minutes of break. This cycle repeats, which means you are focusing on one project at a time without distraction from other projects or tasks.
If you find yourself struggling to know how to be productive with limited time in your business, scaling with intention, or creating a strategic plan, check out ways I can step in and help here.