Do you ever have one of those days where you hopelessly stare at a blank document, unable to get anything of use out? Or those days where you have every intention of doing great things but end up watching too many TikToks?
Productivity is a highly coveted state of being, and we all know that Twitter is the last place you should go in your quest for it. So I’ll bring Twitter to you. No matter what is hindering your productivity, these useful hacks will epically elevate your workdays and get your brain back in business.
Listen to Hans Zimmer.
— Oliver Anwar (@theoliveranwar) October 7, 2022
Epic movie soundtracks can make even the driest of to-dos feel like the adventure you’ve been craving.
My favorite productivity hack – watch Youtube videos on 1.5X speed.
— Sleepless Yogi (@sleeplessyogi) December 1, 2022
By consuming more information in a shorter period of time, you’ll have more free time…to watch more YouTube.
My productivity hack is ignoring everything related to Elon Musk and crypto.
— Justin Welsh (@thejustinwelsh) November 15, 2022
To the moon? To Mars? Ground yourself for now, and don’t get distracted by fleeting trends.
Productivity Hack: Instead of saying, "I should do _____," start saying, "I'm going to do _____."
It's a minor change, but it can actually help your brain switch from intention to action.
— Jandra Sutton (@jandralee) December 20, 2019
“I am going to read all four hundred and twelve unread emails in my inbox!” and then do it.
Instead of trying to avoid distractions,
try putting them in your calendar.
You'll be able to let go and focus better.
— Jordan Parker 🚀 | Success Frameworks (@JordanDParker_) November 17, 2022
10:30-10:35 – do the daily Wordle
2:24-3:00 – encase Dwight’s stapler in Jell-O
The best productivity hack for me is doing the hard things first.
— Kushagra Oberoi (@copywithkush) November 29, 2022
Sometimes the most difficult thing in life is just getting out of bed. But once you’re up, you won’t believe how easy it is to get dressed!
Nice little productivity hack: Take 5 deep breaths with your eyes closed when task switching.
It’s like a mental reset. Helps start your next task with a clear mind, ready to be filled with fresh ideas.
— Pedro Wunderlich ⚡️ (@pddro) December 7, 2022
When faced with a new task, be like George Constanza and shift into soup mode. Serenity now!
Underrated productivity hack:
Keep your inner circle on board with your priorities and long term goals.
— Stephen Hanna (@stephenhanna_) December 4, 2022
With the right people, you won’t have to do [insert your goal here] alone. Where would Batman be without Alfred and Robin?
Take weekends off.
— Dylan Bridger | Email Marketer (@dylan_bridger) June 30, 2022
Climbing a mountain is so much more rewarding when you take time to rest and enjoy the view.
Productivity hack : Done is better than perfect 🤷🏻♀️
— Recozilla (@JoinRecozilla) July 25, 2022
Most times, something is better than nothing. So stop tinkering. It’s fine. Really.
i have an easy productivity hack that costs about the same as a cup of coffee:
ok, its a cup of coffee
— domm (@domm) December 22, 2020
(No, I didn’t make that up!) If you know what makes you feel more energized and focused, do more of that!
Productivity hack: Throw your phone in a lake
— Mr. Burrito Bowl (@mrburritobowl) December 11, 2020
Any body of water will do.
Best productivity hack:
When you’re about to explain to someone why they were wrong on Twitter…and then deciding not to
— Kirill Makharinsky (@kirill) November 11, 2019
Save your energy for more of the important things in life. Like debating whether it’s Natalie Portman or Keira Knightly in that one movie…
My new favorite writing hack:
1. ask ChatGPT to "explain [thing]"
2. ask it "explain [thing] to a CEO"
3. ask it "explain [thing] to a third grader"
4. take key sentences from each, combine and rewrite
— David Demaree (@ddemaree) December 6, 2022
Brb while I use this hack to try and explain artificial intelligence and machine learning to my dear Italian grandmother.
Boring productivity hack:
I turned off the news in 2015.
— The Intuitive Writing School (@JacqFisch) November 29, 2022
Get your news in a better, more exciting way: from nihilistic memes on social media made by Gen-Z.
I just switched from Dropbox to https://t.co/Mh2zSZr5bK. What a beautiful clean interface. And privacy. Love it.
PS, no not getting paid by them. Just passing on a tip.
— Grace Lidia Suárez (@gracels) April 15, 2019
The grass is greener on the other side. We promise!
Hopefully one or more of these hacks from Twitter manages to shift your brain from idle to drive. Say goodbye to TikTok rabbit holes and hello to your most productive day ever.
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