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One of the easiest ways to undermine your belief in yourself and your confidence at work is to consistently under-perform when you have things to do.
The inability to get things done — whether because of interruption by others or because of habits that you need to break — can make it easier for you to miss deadlines, disappoint colleagues, and generally feel adrift. And, lack of confidence can make that unproductive cycle difficult to break.
But before you give up, know that you can refocus and reframe your productivity and your confidence by using some simple-to-remember, simple-to-implement tips and tricks.
For starters, you can schedule a block of time that you can use to maximize your productivity by limiting interruptions. To do that, you need to discourage others from breaking into your workflow and avoid doing the same yourself.
This infographic via ZeroCater offers some ideas to help get you started on that path.