Limit your time or your workload

Depending on the kind of chores you’re working The Round Up on, entrepreneur Scott H. Young suggests using one of two methods for daily organisation. On the one hand, Young advises setting time limits. For example, you might schedule a two-hour work session first thing in the morning or schedule a four-hour shift to a café after lunch.

You can complete any chores you need to complete while working within a time limit. In other words, there are no restrictions on your tasks at all.

According to Young, this approach works best for activities that are ill-defined or difficult to divide into smaller tasks. By placing a time limit on these types of exercises, you can advance in them.

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