Productivity

Do you have specific daily goals?

What we do every single day really does matter.

Being productive once in a while isn’t usually helpful when looking at the big picture of life.

A perfect example can be found in the habits of successful writer, Stephen King. He’s shared that he starts every day at about 8am and doesn’t stop until he reaches his goal of 2,000 words. He’s organized and focused on a daily basis. These habitual behaviors has led to countless best sellers. Maya Angelou, also has daily rituals that include starting early and being absorbed in her work.

Although we aren’t all writers, we can look at our own daily rituals to determine if they result in the kind of productivity we desire.

What are you doing each day? I invite you to consider your habits. Think of ways to become more mindful to use your time wisely. If you need support, the process of hypnosis can assist you to create productive daily habits.

Comments

  1. Great article. I have noticed that having a routine and planning my days helps me stay productive. I like the example that you shared with Stephen King about how he doesn’t stop until he is finished. I usually give myself a time to stop my day, but I like that approach better. Thanks for sharing!

  2. Very good article for motivation and keep us going to complete our goal. Thanks to motivate us.

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