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7 Life-Changing Web Series This Content Is Know Available In Audio Formate:  1. Panchayat: Created by The Viral Fever (TVF),  Panchayat , is a 2020 Indian Hindi language web series with eight episodes. The Series is all about the journey of city-bred protagonist Abhishek Tripathi (Jitendra Kumar), who sketches the life in a village and tries to build on instances that may seem inconsequential but are important to those living it. In lack of a better job opportunity, Abhishek has joined as a secretary of a Panchayat office in a remote village, Phulera, in Uttar Pradesh’s Baliya District. You will get a chance to become the Mohan Bhargava of Swades, develop roads and install hand-pumps. Series: Panchayat Streaming on: Amazon Prime Video Written by: Chandan Kumar Directed by: Deepak Kumar Mishra Starring: Jitendra Kumar, Raghubir Yadav, Neena Gupta 2. Kota Factory: Created by The Viral Fever (TVF),  Kota Factory , is a 2019 Indian Hindi language web series with five episodes. The show

15 Rules for Productivity in Study & Work

Rules for Productivity in Study & Work 

Rule No 1. Sleeping Time:

Sleeping Time must be 7-8hrs, Now a days we have disturbed our sleeping cycle in this period of Covid. So to make a proper SleepCycle you have to sleep on a Daily Fixed time & wake up at the daily fixed time so, that you can make a Proper sleep cycle you should take sleep of 6-8hrs of sleep.

Rule No 2. 1st Hour of Day:

You Make sure to avoid all the distractions from the devices like social media etc. you spend this 1 hour with yourself by doing some kind of exercise, yoga, Meditation & Reading the Self-help book. sitting In front of the sun or the proper sunlight while having one cup of black/ green tea or coffee.

Rule No 3. Eat that frog first.

It Means if the first thing you do in the morning is to eat a live frog, you can go through the rest of the day knowing the worst is behind you. Your frog is your worst task, and you should do it first thing in the morning.

Rule No 4. Make a long Term Road Map:

Make a Proper Road map of your Goals. So basically when you have a road map of what you have to so it will help you to make To-Do list. make sure you make a road map not a timetable because when you make Long Term timetable it will put a burden on you as compared to Road Map. 

Psychologically when the human brain senses a Heavy Load it will start to Procrastinate the work. as you make a whole timetable for the whole year or something like that... Make sure to structure a Road Map.

Rule No 5. Avoiding Functions/ Program/ Party:

This is particularly for those students who are preparing for Competitive exams. it will help you to be focused in studies.

Rule No 6. Things on the Priority.

While you are studying or Working makes a Proper Priorities. if you are studying then always put 2 subjects on High Priorities, same in your work. it will help you to Simplify your work.

Rule No 7. Use the 10% rule for Revising & Remembering from the book.

The human brain only retains up to 10% of the whole reading you did, whenever you Finish your reading or whatever make sure to write it in one book. So while next time you go through it you will get a proper understanding. 

Rule No 8. Make a proper Flash Card.

Whatever you Retained & wrote in the book (Refer rule 6) just go through it once or twice & again see what is Important. write it in your Language. (NOTE: while Compressing the content don't lose main content).

Rule No 9. 5-6 times Reading for long-term Remembering.

If you Understated the above 2 points then it will be easy for you. 

3-4 times read book & 2-3 Flashcard & the things you wrote in the book of 10% rule.

Rule No 10. To-Do Reality.

As mentioned above to make Road Map, After making a road map you have to do a TO-DO list. to-do is far different from Time table. so don’t make a timetable, make a To-do list. Click Here to Know to Make a To-do list.

when you make to-do it will let you know the productivity of the day. If you follow it 70-80% of it then you have achieved & your day was productive.

Rule No 11. EGO as Strength.

Use your ego as your strength, by making a proper announcement in-home, friends, family, etc. that you have planed & what you are going to do. 

Rule No 12. Fill your stomach only 75%.

If you are a student Then don't fill your stomach full. keep it just 75% filled, if get hunger eats again but don’t eat full. Because when your stomach is full then, Oxygen of brain reduces & goes to your stomach to digest the food you consumed, due to low Oxygen in brain you start felling Sleepy & Feel lazy. 

Rule No 13. Environment Isolation.

Environment isolation makes all disturbance out of your Room, Make a proper study table and chair. Use Proper light & whenever you are studying that time only On that light and don't do studies in the bed mainly in winter Seasons.

By doing these things your subconscious mind gets triggered by such activities for a long time it will help you to be more productive in your studies and work.

Rule No 14. Pomodoro technique:

The Pomodoro Technique is a Time management system that encourages people to work with the time they have—rather than against it. Using this method, you break your workday into 25-minute chunks separated by five-minute breaks. ... After about four pomodoros, you take a longer break of about 15 to 20 minutes.

Rule No15. Long hours of Sitting.

You can do Long hours of Sitting. by using the above method (Pomodoro Technique)

Keep your Sitting like: 

2hr+2hr+3hr            = On Week Days.

2hr+2hr+3hr+3hr     = On Week Ends.


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