19 Jan Productivity formula
The last weeks of 2016 were all about productivity for me. I had a huge project that kept me busy during more than a month without even time to relax on weekends.
What helped me to go through it without ending up crazy was my productivity formula.
It has never been difficult for me to be productive, but at the same time that was one of my pain points: I’m so exigent with my work that sometimes I forget even to eat!
So I analyzed myself and discovered the best habits to be productive while having time to relax too, with the incredible help of the SELF Journal (check my previous post about the best goal planner in which I explain you all its benefits).
I really wish someone had told me all about productivity without having to discover it through “try and error”, and that’s why I’ve put together all these tips so you can start applying it to your work routines as I do!
I would love to sit and explain you all about them in just one session but I’ve tried this before with many people and I see is not working enough.
It’s too much information and then they don’t know how to apply it, so they end up giving up and coming back to their procrastination.
That’s why I’ve created a plan of 8 weeks in which I’ll guide you through my method. We will incorporate a new routine every week and in 2 months you will be a productivity hacker!
But don’t be afraid, you will not be a robot.
We will also work on self-motivation and joy, because having time for our own pleasures is as important as the time we spend at work.
At the end, being more productive means getting things done in less time and more effectively, which gives us more self-esteem and more time to enjoy doing all the other things we love.
Are you ready for it?
I need you to commit.
I need people who really want to be more productive.
I want you to value your time and to be ready to take action.
I want you to be ready to change your habits.
This is a life changing investment.
You will be happier.
You will believe more in yourself.
You will enjoy getting things done.
You will have time for everything.
You will never regret again procrastinating, because you will learn how to enjoy procrastination too.