Lots of us have problems organising our day productively. We never seem to have the time. Keeping a list of "10-minute tasks" lets you get stuff done without feeling overwhelmed.
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As we've mentioned before, if a task is shorter than two minutes, you should just do it now. For those tasks longer than two minutes that keep interrupting your day, bank them into a 10-minute slot. Inc explains:
You can consolidate these micro-tasks into one daily 10-minute session. Doing so will not only help you remember to execute these tasks on a regular basis, it could also save you time. Instead of suddenly remembering one of these tasks in the middle of a larger project and derailing your momentum, you'll already have the time set aside to deal with them. You can do this with almost any regularly executed task, though some may require sessions longer than 10 minutes.
Check out the link for other things to get done during that 10-minute slot in your day.