Planning breaks can help improve productivity

We all know to-do lists, don’t we? And many of us use them regularly.

According to Adam Dachis, we can improve our productivity by making ‘break lists’!

We all know how important breaks are!

Here’s Adam’s short definition of a break list … “A set of planned breaks with planned times that you can take at any time when you need them. Then check them off when you’re done. You can keep your break list right next to your to do list so you never forget it, and you’ll always have a planned, functional break ready to go whenever you need it.”

Read this article to learn why this strategy can help you work better and stay motivated, and how to set break lists up.


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Written by Christine Burgmer

16. August 2017