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Rachel Eakley’s a busy girl. As a trained chef, psychology grad student, blogger, dog owner, and girlfriend to David Karp, the founder & CEO of Tumblr, she’s got a lot to juggle. 
She uses these steps for time management: 
Schedule. 
Prioritize.
Make time.
Find Time.
Use all time as fully as possible.

Rachel Eakley’s a busy girl. As a trained chef, psychology grad student, blogger, dog owner, and girlfriend to David Karp, the founder & CEO of Tumblr, she’s got a lot to juggle. 

She uses these steps for time management: 

Schedule. 

Prioritize.

Make time.

Find Time.

Use all time as fully as possible.

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Gregory Ciotti’s scientific steps for maximum productivity:

1. Get Started

Studies indicate that getting started is the biggest barrier to productivity. However, once we’ve begun a project, we’re compelled to finish it. This is called The Zeigarnic Effect - when we don’t finish a task, we experience discomfort and intrusive thoughts about it. 

2. Focus deliberately

Work in “packets of energy” (recommended: 90 minutes) and then take a break (recommended: 20 minutes). Don’t rely on willpower to work, rely on habit and disciplined scheduling. 

3. Create an accountability schedule

Write down what you intend to complete in your 90 minute work session before you start, so that you clearly understand what your goals are. For example: “9:00am - 10:30am: answer and file all necessary emails, then shut down email program until late afternoon to complete other work.” Which leads us to…

4. Stop multi-tasking

Studies show that multi-taskers are much less productive than those who focus on one job at a time and work until that one job is completed.