Rake in the direction of the wind - Figure out in which direction the wind is blowing and then Rake the leaves. This way you could quickly gather the leaves into a pile and then transport it into a compost bin or curb them for clean up.
Mow instead of Raking - When not much leaves have gathered, and the grass needs mowing, what you can do is run a mulching lawn mower over the leaves instead of raking. By doing this, the nutrients of the leaves will return to the soil which will primarily benefit the lawn.
Use the right rake - Before buying a rake just check whether it complements your body or not. Pick up the one that suits you the best. Because if you go with a dissolute rake, you will end up hurting your posture.
Mulch all that can form compost - Do not throw away the leaves. Mulch as many leaves as you can and prepare a natural, nutrient-rich mulch for your garden.
Use gloves while raking - Use gloves that fit and avoid your hands from getting blisters.
Wear a mask - While Raking you will come in contact with ample of dust particles. Hence, wear a mask and save yourself from sneezing and allergies.
Use a trap - Use a trap for quickly, safely and comfortably transporting piles of leaves into a garbage bag or wheelbarrow.
Stomp on the piles - Stomping is fun and extremely beneficial if you do not want the leaves to stagger away before you finish the job.
Rake on a slope - Rake downhill to finish the job quickly and efficiently.
Do not exert yourself - Do not exert yourself for finishing the job. Leaf season lasts long so you have ample of time to finish Raking.