This Is The Modern Cycle Of Productivity
I try to sit down and bang out work when I’m inspired. I’m not always inspired and try not to dive into any major projects during that time. Usually, I’m thinking in the back of my head about how to more effectively manage my time, organize my thoughts, and potentially get some work done.
Notes that this is a realistic portrayal of what a modern individual work cycle is like, suggesting that this functions well.
The cycle certainly seems typical of a less than perfect model work flow, although it conflicts with most thinking on productivity. While flexibility and downtime are necessary, the productivity only accounts for 12% of the total time. This assumes that the time segments are equal.
The author suggests this is an accurate depiction of her productivity, but although she seems serious about her routine, the touch of humor suggests that it might not be optimal.
Some alternate suggestions might create more productivity, but each individual has her own style. While this model of productivity might work for her, I created an alternative that might increase work flow:
Source is Edudemic.com
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Stay a moment and let us know what you think. What changes would you make to either of the productivity models?