Time > Money.


1. The 2-Minute Rule

If it takes less than 2 minutes, do it now, Yes, even if it’s getting up to stretch Procrastination is for stretching, not tasks!

2. The 5-Minute Rule

try it more than 5 minutes even the task is hard.

3. Eat the Frog First

Tackle the hardest task first thing in the morning, Frogs taste better when you’re notthinking about them all day.

4. Pomodoro Technique

Work for 25 minutes, then take a 5-minute break, Repeat, Because even tomatoes need a break!

5. Make a To-Do List

Write down your tasks. Checking them off feels like a tiny victory dance every time

6. Set Alarms

Use alarms to remind you of tasks, Because nothing says “Get back to work” like aphone screaming at you.

7. 5s Rule

5-4-3-2-1, let us go.

8. Delegate

Share tasks with others, Remember, teamwork makes the dream work

9. doing only one task

Avoid Multitasking. Focus on one task at a time. Multitasking is just doing multiple things poorly at once.

10. Use Apps andTools

Utilize productivity apps, Let technology be the boss that tells you to get back towork.

11. Break Tasks into Chunks

Divide tasks into smaller, manageable parts, Eating an elephant is easier one bite at atime, not that you should eat elephants.

12. Set Boundaries

Learn to say no, Protect your time like it’s the last slice of pizza.

13. Reward Yourself

Give yourself a treat after completing tasks, Because who doesn’t work faster for chocolate?

14. Keep a Calendar

Schedule your tasks and appointments, Because remembering everything is folelephants and computers, not humans.

15. Take Care ofYourself

Get enough sleep, exercise, and eat well, A tired brain is like a computer runningWindows 95, Slow and prone to crash.

16. Eliminate distractions

Use social media blockers curing work hours, Facebook and Instagram can wait; yourresearch paper can’t.

17. automate

writing code or using tools to automate task.

18. Reflect and Adjust

Review your progress regularly and adjust as needed, lt’s like GPS rerouting you after a wrong turn.