Ric Ocacek – “Secrecy is the enemy of efficiency, but don’t let anyone know it.”
Earth spins at 1000 MPH while traveling at 67,000 MPH around the sun. So, it can be hard to keep up. Many Kratom consumers report that a small servings of Kratom provides a steady focus that may increase your productivity. Cramming for a test, hammer out a bunch of cold calls kratom seems to have the potential to power your day. Combining a few simple tricks with Kratom such as the Pomodoro technique, setting small incremental goals and a social media break are easy keys to an efficient day.
Take a small serving of kratom relative to your normal amount. You may need to sort out what is a small serving is prior to this. A large kratom serving will result in most situations in a sedative relaxed feeling. This is not ideal for focus. Take this small serving of Kratom 30 min prior to your dedicated work / study window.
The Pomodoro Technique works really well when adding Kratom to your work / study routine. It’s extremely simple and effective. Begin working for 25 min then take a 5 min break. During your break take a quick walk around the block or knock out a few body movements. Flutter-kicks or bodyweight squats are great options. After your 5 min break return to your work or studying. This break after about 25 min really helps with burn out and fatigue.
Setting easy to accomplish goals are a great way to maintain your steam throughout your work / study window. For example when studying set a page goal or question goal. If you are making sales calls set a minimum to complete every 25 min window.
Probably the most effective and likely painful is blocking yourself from social media sites and apps. Nearly every study shows that productivity craters the moment you open your social media. This one sounds simple and it is however with our attention windows shrinking every year on average due to social media interaction. By sticking to your work / study window and a some body movements instead of social media you will see your productivity and efficiency increase.
Now get back to work you slackers!
Carl Sagan and a Viking lander in Death Valley, California