Bored? 5 Ways To Spend Your Free Time

Clip magazine articles or print out good articles or reports for reading later, and keep them in a folder marked “Reading File”. Take this wherever you go, and any time you have a little chunk of time, you can knock off items in your Reading File.
Keep a reading file on your computer (or in your bookmarks), for quick reading while at your desk (or on the road if you’ve got a laptop).Got a meeting in 5 minutes? Use it to get your physical or email inbox to empty.
If you’ve got a lot in your inbox, you’ll have to work quickly, and you may not get everything done; but reducing your pile can be a big help. And having an empty inbox is a wonderful feeling.Keep a list of phone calls you need to make, with phone numbers, and carry it everywhere.
Whether you’re at your desk or on the road, you can knock a few calls off your list in a short amount of time.This is my favorite productive use of free time. I have a list of articles I need to write, and when I get some spare minutes, I’ll knock off half an article real quick.
If you get 5 to 10 chunks of free time a day, you can make a decent side income. Figure out how you can freelance your skills, and have work lined up that you can knock out quickly — break it up into little chunks, so those chunks can be done in short bursts.Take 10 minutes to think about your goals — personal and professional.
If you don’t have a list of goals, start on one. If you’ve got a list of goals, review them.
Write down a list of action steps you can take over the next couple of weeks to make these goals a reality. What action step can you do today? The more you focus on these goals, and review them, the more likely they will come true.
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