Batching Work: The Optimal Way to Productivity

Today I bring you tips for batching work, from your life to your business, what to do (and stop doing) to make your processes a streamlined effort into getting things done.

Batching work is simply a form of time management that allows a person to maximize concentration and decrease distraction as a result it increases your productivity, creativity, and mental sharpness while decreasing fatigue, procrastination, and stress. Batch processing is a group of similar tasks that requires similar resources in order to streamline their completion.

~ Matt Hyatt

Batching Work to Achieve Productivity

I dive into topics like the Pomodoro technique (tomato-timer.com), my hour of power concept, making lists for life batching like cooking, cleaning, going to the gym, and how to do it around working 12-hour shifts. How I use Instacart and Walmart grocery to save me time in my week. I also dive into the business side of things like how I use batching work in writing, podcasting, client work, and emailing.

How I Use Batching in Life

How I Use Batching in Business

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The first thing you have to stop is multitasking, because, multitasking will not help you to achieve your goals or in getting things done. If you are working on a project, at the same time, you have to do other tasks and you do such a task in taking a short break then your focus will be distracted. After 25- 30 minutes of working on the project, you began to think about the pending work.

Consider batching work to save time, remove mental stress to achieve productivity.

The author of the email 4-Hour Workweek, Tim Ferris, claims he has received more than 300 emails per hour during his book seller’s climb to the top. Nevertheless, he replies to the email once a day. What is your excuse?

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