Apr 29, 2016 04:20 AM EDT

How To Become The Most Productive Person Ever

There are a lot of distractions these days and it's so easy to get derailed from your tasks. Check out the tips below on how to be a productive person.

Business Management Daily shared four advices from the pros themselves to ensure their productivity. It was noted that it's important to schedule some alone time.

"Make sure that each day you've blocked out time to work on things on your main to-do list," the publication wrote. "Once you've gotten a few things crossed off the list, start working through requests from colleagues."

Second, since it's impossible to be able to hold your focus for the entire workday, taking a break every once in a while is crucial. These pauses between your work will definitely boost your productivity.

You will also need to learn how to say no. "Narrow down the issues you help people with to tasks you actually enjoy," the website added.

Being selective about the concerns that you can assist with will lessen the stress on your part. This is helpful especially if you only choose the tasks that you enjoy doing.

Creating pre-written responses as well as how-to guides for your team today can actually minimize the things that you need to think about for tomorrow. Think about all the time you're wasting in answering every repeated work-related issue.

According to Motto, getting enough sleep and exercise should also be prioritized. It does not necessarily mean that you should have a fixed time for these things, especially if your schedule varies. It does mean, though, that you make time for sleep and exercise.

Lifehacker edit assist Andy Orin also revealed his best time-saving shortcut. "I try to think as little as possible," he said.

"Pretty much all of life and work is stress-inducing if you give anything any thought, because you can't really control anything. I try not to think about it. Broad strokes, you know. I'm not great at not thinking but I try."

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