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  • A SIMPLE HACK TO BECOME 30% MORE PRODUCTIVE IN COLLEGE
  • Why are students unproductive in the first place?They are distracted. Why? Multitasking! Studies have shown that people are MUCH LESS PRODUCTIVE Photo Credit: Thomas Hawk when they are trying to multitask! One of the main sources of this problem..
  • Your phone!You are:- listening to music- thinking of otherwork you need to getdone- checking Facebook- texting- calling your friends Photo Credit: Yutaka Tsutanoall right at yourfingertips! So, the next time you sit down to do work... do TWO things
  • The simple hack:1) Turn OFF yourphone2) Hide itsomewhere you can’tsee itWhere?- Deep in your bag- Across the room Photo Credit: ZeRo’SKiLL- Even in anotherroom! Just remember this...
  • OUT OF SIGHT,OUT OF MIND!
  • How has this worked for students?Of the students I have toldthis to, they respondedthat they have seen, onaverage, a30% increasein their productivenesswhen they sit down to Photo Credit: dan.orbitwork! One student: “I seriously can’t believe how focused I’ve been while working the last 3 days!”
  • TRY IT OUT! And let me know how it goes :)If you think this will help YOUR friends, send them this link! Email me at: amartin6@stanford.edu