3 things that can imrpove your productivity greatly!
Productivity matters a lot when it comes to working at an office and also in personal life. Without it, your boss will keep screaming their lungs out at you and your own life goals will miss that little Dopamine boost they need to keep going.
Productivity has the potential to push businesses to thrive. It also gives every Individual person some sort of satisfaction, purpose, and pride as they continue their pursuits in life.
As such, it is a crucial power that has and continues to push the boundaries of art, corporate sectors, agriculture, entertainment and the global economy, to name just a few of its beneficiaries.
And with that said, one might wonder : What will happen to the global, societal and personal progress of mankind as a whole if we don’t have Productivity?
One can only imagine the setbacks
That’s why this article will list out three things that will help boost your productivity
You’ve probably heard, plans without goals are nothing!. That might have some substance to it, as research suggests that setting goals clarifies what needs to be done, at what time, what place and why.
What needs to be done
This will clearly give you an idea of what will get your plan to succeed. Having clarity of what needs to be done is essential to get the ball rolling.
It’s good to note down the necessary things to do. To an office, it might mean gianing knowledge on targets of the week. To an artist , it might involve knowing how much paint per colour is needed, and what creative process is to be undertaken within a time.
Every plan with goals begins with knowing what needs to be done to achieve it.
What time should it be done?
Time constraints that are well planned, understood and executed will make the whole process work like a well-oiled machine. It’ll tell you what amount of work should be done, in what amount of time.
It will, in Turn, give you an idea of how to get your idea and goal across through a fixed amount of time, and show you what kind of expectations to have for getting x amount of work done within u amount of time.
Back to our example, to an office. It could mean a certain amount of prospects converted. To the artist, it might show them how to get that beautiful lighting on the subject at what time of the day. And to the fitness coach, it might simply be the amount of weight their client needs to lose by the month, as a goal.
Now that the what and when are clear, its God to set the next goal.Where should the sales rep be by 12 AM tomorrow? What angle will the painting look good at from?
All this is involved in setting Goals of place.These goals will tell you how to get going with your tasks.
Why is it done?
This means the world to the work you want to do and with what productivity you’ll do it with.
The answer is to look inside.
What am I working for? Why do I want it? Once I get what I want, what will I do with it.
This is something that can’t be generalised, so iti s good for everyone to be clear as why to do it.
Take small breaks
No one likes busting their mind and getting stressed out. According to research, in fact, this will work against you. It will lower your productivity, lessen your determination and can even make you want to quit.
Not a good idea, right?
This is in particular for those who work in front of digital screens, or people who do a lot of physical work. We’re all human, we need rest. We need relaxation. We need things that rejuvenate our minds, lower stress levels and recharge our energy.
It might be good to sit down for a while, take a stroll, drink some water or even go get a snack.
With your body and mind now refreshed, you’ll be able to deal with your work with much more enthusiasm, energy and get your productivity game back on track!
Reward your little wins.
The thing about little wins is that they help your mind feel better. And a healthy mind works much better than one that feels negative about all the things going on with your work.
So the next time you’ve been through a successful meeting, read more than ever or even started something that feels great, however small it may be, pat yourself on the back and buy yourself a toffee!
You get encouraged. You feel like you can win. And you most certainly feel liek continuing your productive pursuit.
Rome wasn’t built in a day, rather, empires are built brick by brick, effort after effort and through struggle after struggle.
It is never late to start going about your goals, chase their process and find victory. It is important to be productive, but also to know the importance of planning, rest and motivation.
We hope you go a long way in your plans too!