A Gamer’s Ultimate Guide to Productivity [Greatest Hits Edition]

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Note: This article is an extension of a popular productivity article I wrote on LinkedIn and The Coffeelicious, and is catered towards you: the gamer.

I take it that if you clicked on this article, you want to become a more productive gamer. So, keep on reading.

I’ll be sharing 10 productivity tips that are helping me be more efficient in my work and have allowed me to take on extra commitments; all while still enjoying what I love the most: family and friends, blogging, WWE, basketball, anime, and gaming.

When implemented, these productivity tips will benefit anybody, including you.

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Increasing Productivity By Habit: A Brief On Planning Our Days

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This article is the first in a series of articles discussing the productivity tips that have worked for others and that I have implemented into my life.

Before I discuss one action that has helped me increase my productivity, I’d like to first define what productivity means to me. Productivity is the concept of creating an impeccable system of habits that we live by in order maximize the time we have, and multiply our results so that we constantly move closer towards our personal and professional goals. By creating a system, we not only achieve more today, but we also create more time tomorrow. By this definition, I don’t mistake productivity for being busy.

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Productivity Tips: 5 Simple Productivity Practices That Help Me Achieve More

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For the past 8 months, I’ve been a student of productivity and general self improvement. While learning from my life-success mentors and implementing what they teach, I’ve been able to make this the most productive and fulfilling year in my life, and we’re only 6 and a half months into the year!

As we all may realize, there’s so much we want to achieve and work towards in life, but we can’t achieve more unless we change our habits. We’d be insane if we kept trying to do the same thing over, and over, and over again and expected different results.

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