Actor Suniel Shetty shares five productivity hacks to get the most out of the day.

Read to know the five productivity hacks shared by Actor, suniel shetty, to make the most out of the day.

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Productivity is one of the most important skills that every person should adopt in their lives. Students frequently struggle with procrastination and difficulty finishing tasks on time; in this situation, adopting productivity in their lives could greatly benefit them.

Actor and entrepreneur, Suniel Shetty, took to LinkedIn and shared five productivity hacks that can help you to make the most out of your day and get things done. Let’s take a look at these hacks.

1.Start Early

According to Sunil Shetty, starting your day early can help you be more productive. The actor wrote, “I’m usually up by 5 am. I spend my mornings doing things that are good for my soul – yoga, chai with Amma, time with the family, and my dogs! I try to avoid gadgets or screens until it’s time to leave home. “

The practice has made a huge impact on the actor’s life, and he says he cannot recommend it enough.

2. Compartmentalize

The actor wrote, “As I grow older, I’m getting greedier – I want to get healthier, I want all my ventures to succeed, I want to collaborate with every interesting person I meet, I want to explore every opportunity that comes my way, and I want to be the best version of myself. This means my days are packed, and I’m always moving from one thing to the next. So, I compartmentalize my time.”

3. Delegate

“ Don’t be afraid to delegate. You should be in charge of the big picture – that’s your end game. However, you can’t do it all. Your team is as good as its weakest player. And the only way to keep improving, as a team, is to give everyone a role, and the space & time to flourish.”

4. Don’t complain. Adapt.

“Let’s face it. There will be situations, over which you’ll have no control. Don’t let those put you off. Instead, adapt, and figure what best you can do to work around it. Not only is complaining unconstructive, it builds a negative mindset.”

The actor shared an example of this point. He shared that he spends around 2-3 hours in Mumbai traffic, and instead of getting frustrated over this, he uses this time to do something productive.

5. Lastly, take that 5 minute break!

Lastly, the actor encourages people to take 5 minutes of rest in between your day. “Lastly, take that 5 minute break! Switch off every now and then, and do something you enjoy. Call a friend. Read something. Take a walk around the office. Drink a bottle of water. Actually, anything, that will take your mind off the tasks on hand.”