Tips to improve your productivity during your internship

//Tips to improve your productivity during your internship

Tips to improve your productivity during your internship

An internship is a great way to start your career and become more competitive. It’s really important for you to start it in the best way possible and push yourself working efficiently to improve your productivity.
Remind more productive you are more your boss will be happy more chance you have to get a good job and consequently a really worth salary.
Following at least one of the techniques below can help you to achieve what you want and take away your performance anxiety.
Try it to believe it 🙂

THE POMODORO TECHNIQUE
Create periods of intense focus and reduce procrastination
Choose a task that deserves your attention
Set a time for 25 minute
Work on the task uninterrupted until timer rings
Put a check mark on a piece of paper
Take a five-minute break
Set the timer for another 25 minutes again putting a check mark on a piece of paper. Record how many intervals it takes you to complete certain tasks
When you complete four intervals, take a longer break of 20 to 30 minutes
When you complete four intervals, take a longer break of 20 to minutes
Repeat until you finish your task

EAT THAT FROG
Complete your most challenging or unpleasant task first
Make a list of everything you need to accomplish
Identify your frog and put them on the top of the list
In the morning, eat that frog
GETTING THINGS DONE
Capture all of your daily, monthly and big picture tasks
Clarify the tasks and make sure they’re actionable
Organise them into categories
Reflect on the task list repeatedly: every week, month or even day
THE ACTION METHOD
Organise to-do lists into the following buckets:
Action Steps: List specific tasks that are actionable items
References: List any supplementary info/recourses you need to get tasks done
Backburners: List that doesn’t need to be done immediately
THE SEINFELD METHOD
Choose one or more specific tasks/goals that you want to improve
On a calendar, mark off each day you complete the task
Try not to break the chain

By | 2017-03-09T13:54:33+00:00 November 29th, 2016|BLOG|0 Comments

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