Infographic: A 7 day plan to stay productive

Online task managing website HiTask has created an infographic titled ‘7 Day Plan to Stay Productive’. It aims to help readers complete daily tasks and reach their weekly goals. So, if you’re having problems accomplishing certain tasks or find yourself unproductive during the week, this infographic serves as a great pick-me-up.


Seven day plan

Day 1: First, eat the frog

Do the most difficult thing on your t0-do list at the beginning of your day. This way menials task won’t bog you down all week.

Day 2: Change your attitude

Changing your attitude is easier said than done. However, trying to be more positive throughout the day will change others attitude towards us. The problem is not the problem, it’s your attitude towards the problem that’s the issue. Find a quite place to meditate or relax for a few minutes in the day and you’ll be amazed at the results.

Day 3: Work smarter, not harder

Embrace your daily goals and tasks. Rewrite or edit them, but don’t change them completely. By having a daily to-do list, you’re be able to stay more organized.

Day 4: No pain, no gain

When the going gets tough, may people are tempted to quit right before the finish line. The most successful people are those who know what they want and won’t stop until they get it. Remember, the best things in life don’t come easy.

Day 5: Be okay with letting go

Sam Burns, a 17 year old who was suffering from a debilitating disease said it best: “Be okay with what you ultimately can’t do, because there’s so much you CAN do.”

Day 6: Surround yourself with the right people

If you surround yourself with unhappy people, you’ll eventually be dragged down to their level. Call up those you like to hang with and have a coffee. Or join an organization and surround yourself with like-minded people. Surround yourself with those who will raise you higher.

Day 7: Keep moving forward

Be proud of yourself. You’ve made it this far , which means you’ve taken the first steps to becoming more productive. Studies have shown that it takes 21 days to build a long lasting habits. So by the end of the week, you should be able to determine your monthly goal, daily to-do list, reflect and meditate, and be able to stay motivated.