The GDCF Comedy Break: How to Ruin Your Productivity [Infographic]

by | Apr 8, 2017

“From constantly being interrupted and switching tasks at random, to creating an impossibly long to-do list and cluttering your desk, here are seven steps to ensure that you are decreasing productivity … “

via Marketo

Productivity is a big focus in the classrooms and workforces of the world.┬áLiving in what some call the “age of distraction” has certainly taken its toll on some peoples’ effectiveness. As such, the push to whittle our to-do lists and concentrate on what matters is on the mind of everyone seeking to get the most out of a day. Thus, this infographic from Marketo shared by Jason Miller in this article serves as a cautionary┬átale of what not to do to make that happen.

This one is called Killing Time: How to Destroy Your Productivity, and features 7 surefire ways to keep your daily efficiency to a bare minimum. The message is clear: do the opposite of everything on this infographic, and you’ll be just fine.

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