The biggest risk to productivity is always the same: working on the wrong things. You probably know when you’re focusing on the three main things that will help you achieve your goals and when you’re not.
Here are a couple of things you might want to reflect upon:
Step 1: exercise some control over how and what you think. This is about being conscious and aware enough to choose what you pay attention to and to choose how you construct meaning from experience.
What behavior does my work space encourage? How can you set things up to make your good habits easier?
Step 2: create good habits. The repetition of good micro-habits will in the long term take you where you envision to be. On the other hand the repetition of bad micro-habits will assure you get stuck.
Identify three bad habits you wish to release. Replace them with three good habits you wish to acquire.
Step 3: get help. Doing this on your own will take much more time and energy than necessary. Get someone in your work environment that can act as an accountability partner.
Don’t have the right person to support you? Get in touch with Brighter Leaders and book a 20 min free session to get you started. What can you lose? If you keep doing things the way you always have, you’ll get the results you always gotten.
Take action and take it now. Procrastination is a result of fear. Overcome any fears you may have and start increasing your productivity and satisfaction in life easier and faster than you ever have. Brighter Leaders' mission is to strengthen your leadership and skills, so you consistently take inspired action to achieve your goals and dreams.