Boost your productivity!
No doubt, you are productive but you can do better.
One of what deflate human productivity is regret. ‘Had I but known’ is a common parasites to personal productivity.
Regret is an emotion; a feeling of disappointment along with a modest amount of shame or guilt.
Remembering your past mistakes should be to learn from them. To look back at a circumstance and figure out what went wrong and what could have improve the issue is better than looking at a failed event to accurately apportion blame, cry or mourn.
It is very easy to dwell on the mistakes that have been made in the past. But we just must always remember that we are all human and we all make mistakes. Regret retard progress in life, to be more productive you must consciously free yourself from the prison of had I known and;
1. Expect fortune: expectation plays a role in productivity in life. Productive people expect good things to happen and when they do they embrace them. Even in the face of adversity, productive people turn bad breaks into good fortune. Expecting a better situation can energize you to work toward a better tomorrow.
2. Believe you are qualified: truth be told, you are worthy to receive the good fortunes of life and you are more than enough. Stop looking down on yourself. If you don’t have a degree and there’s no means of getting 1, invest in reading/learning about people who have had good success without a degree. So that anytime you want to think less of yourself, you replay their story in your mind and replace the doubt with the truth; you are worthy to have your heart’s true desire.
Whatever your goal, your dream, or your desire, you are worthy of achieving it.
3. Maximize your strengths: one way to boost your productivity is by understanding and identifying your strengths and core values, and then begin to use them every day.
Your greatness is my fulfilment.
ATOYEBI Samuel | 11:8:2016
Personal Effectiveness Coach | Statistical Consultant
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