One of the best ways to become more productive is to apply the inversion principle, i.e. to look at what is causing you to be unproductive. You should figure out what bottlenecks exist in your current process for the thing you want to improve. You should then pick one bottleneck and focus on improving it. For example, a writer might discover that their lack of an organized pre-writing planning process make their writing slower and less efficient and renders them more vulnerable to distraction.
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