Recently I come across below article, found it useful and customized for my convenience!
1. Strategize – Think of Career/Business
2. Step Back and reflect – Visualize larger Goal
3. Organize workstation – Clean, Focus
4. Check to-do lists and calendar(s) – Deadline/ Meeting preparation
5. Glance at emails – Just Glance, prioritize
6. Acknowledge and plan for the tough projects
7. Update to-do lists, block calendars – Plan
— — a. First slot for writing important communications
8. Set a goal for the day – Differentiate between urgent/important
10. Greet the team – Priority for Managers
11. Avoid distraction
12. Avoid people conflicts
13. Do not plan for meetings as first thing in the morning, at least before planning your day :)
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@@Version can be used to find SQL Server version. You can also use few system variables to find additional information as follows
select @@SERVERNAME as Server_Name -- To find Server Name
select @@SERVICENAME as Name_Of_Windows_Service -- Can be used to fin InstanceName
select @@VERSION as VersionInformation -- To find SQL Version and Windows Server
select SYSTEM_USER as UserInfomration -- to find the credentials used while connecting SQL Server
SELECT SERVERPROPERTY ('productlevel') as ProductLevel, -- TM/ SP1, SP2 etc
SERVERPROPERTY ('edition') as Edition -- Express, Standard etc
You can use Google to set quick remainder while working on a system to define how long you want to work on specific activity.
You can set the timer at specific time Ex: “set timer for 11:30” or you can set the timer in next X minutes Ex: “set timer in 15 minutes’
At times, I use it on the screen during presentation breaks J
This article is only a Copy/Paste from http://www.robinsharma.com/blog/05/double-your-productivity/. I find it very interesting, could not resist copying as it is!
1. Turn off all technology for 60 minutes a day and focus on doing your most important work.
2. Work in 90 minute cycles (tons of science is now confirming that this is the optimal work to rest ratio).
3. Start your day with at least 30 minutes of exercise.
4. Don’t check your email first thing in the morning.
5. Turn all your electronic notifications off.
6. Take one day a week as a complete recovery day, to refuel and regenerate (that means no email, no phone calls and zero work). You need full recovery one day a week otherwise you’ll start depleting your capabilities.
7. The data says workers are interrupted every 11 minutes. Distractions destroy productivity. Learn to protect your time and say no to interruptions.
8. Schedule every day of your week every Sunday morning. A plan relieves you of the torment of choice (said novelist Saul Bellow). It restores focus and provides energy.
9. Work in blocks of time. Creative geniuses all had 2 things in common: when they worked they were fully engaged and when they worked, they worked with this deep concentration for long periods of time. Rare in this world of entrepreneurs who can’t sit still.
10. Drink a liter of water early every morning. We wake up dehydrated. The most precious asset of an entrepreneur isn’t time it’s energy. Water restores it.
11. Don’t answer your phone every time it rings.
12. Invest in your professional development so you bring more value to the hours you work.
13. Avoid gossip and time vampires.
14. Touch paper just once.
15. Keep a Stop Doing list
16. Get up at 5 am.
17. Have meetings standing up.