Many people say that they need more than 24 hours to be able to do their daily tasks. However, the secret lies in how you control your time and how your habits influence your productivity.
If you are like most people, you are more productive in the morning.
But do you have a hard time waking up early? At this point, the best thing to do is try to understand why you can not get up early.
You are in your cozy bed, dreaming and then comes the alarm clock to wake you up; however, you have the option to put in the nap and continue sleeping, which is what you do. But how can you modify it?
PLACE YOUR ALARM AWAY FROM YOUR BED AND SWITCH THE SOUND CONSTANTLY.
From the moment you get used to the sound, the harder it gets to get up, and from the moment you get up, it gets much easier to stay awake.
According to segredodariqueza.com, For you to achieve a productive day in addition to having a good night’s sleep, you need to energize your body, you can choose to go to the gym, go jogging, or even do pushups or some other exercise, the important thing is to tell your body that you woke up and that he should get to work.
It may seem trivial, or silly, to those who do not have this habit, but from the moment you begin to have gratitude for the things you have, you will be open to receive things that you want.
Productivity is a thing that is built, so it’s no use telling me that you can not be productive.
But from the moment you start having the correct habits, everything will change for you. Just plan your productive week, and I’m sure you’ll notice a big difference.
Start taking care of your habits, your routine. Stop putting everything in the hands of others and start producing, if you have the dream of having a business of your own, start a project, stop boycotting and start producing.
Let’s suppose you have the desire to open a franchise, divide what needs to be done to reach the ultimate goal.
- Day 01: contact the franchise
- Day 02: research an adequate physical space (if it is physical franchise)
- Day 03: market analysis And so you do until you complete your project.
After I started planning the week and subdividing the tasks, I significantly increased my productivity, so I recommend that you do the same.
Take a test, do this for one month and see if you will be more productive or not, and then come back here to tell me what your experience was like.