How I Get More Shit Done 🕓
Courtesy of @juju.branding
Being a freelancer, entrepreneur, solopreneur or whatever you want to call it—van get very daunting sometimes and getting shit done can be hard with distractions.
In the future pro group, @matthewencina wrote about these 90 minute sprints that he’s been using to get more shit done. (he doesn’t use the word «shit», however 😅)
These 90 minute sprints have helped me get to reach my milestones every week.
They dedicate only 90 minutes towards that goal. That’s what I tell myself. «Just do 90 minutes and see how you feel afterward.»
You know that feeling you get when you work towards your goal for the day and momentum sinks in?
This is how 90 minute sprints work for me. As soon as I’m done my first 90 minutes momentum has built and my day is that much easier.
Give it a try and let me know if it helps!
Ninety minute sprints.
Step 1: turn off distractions.
Step 2: set your goal for the sprint.
Step 3: set timer for 90 minutes. Begin.
Step 4: Rest up for 20 minutes.
Step 5: Repeat & be productive.
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FlowKit — allows designers to create frighteningly fast user flows within Sketch and Figma.