Being productive isn't an inherent thing in a person, meaning it can be developed and enhanced over time. Just because you might not be the most productive person right now doesn't mean you can't make a couple of tweaks that will end up paying off big.
Below, Community Chiropractic & Acupuncture of Park Slope goes over a few ways to boost and enhance your productivity on a daily basis.
Break your day/tasks up into hours -- and hold yourself accountable for doing work on a said task or even completing a task over the course of an hour. You can even further subdivide the hours. Like, say, 20 minutes of an hour you've devoted to learning to play the guitar, while the remaining 40 minutes of the hour you spend reading a challenging book.
It's an unfortunate quality in many of us that we prefer to take the paths of least resistance in our lives when engaging in a challenge or struggle yields incredible benefits and rewards. Choosing more challenging tasks and goals to complete makes completing them even more rewarding.
Being good to yourself might seem like a foregone conclusion because many of us live fairly self-centered lives. So why wouldn't we be taking care of ourselves first? But, the reality is the opposite. Many of us engage in behaviors and activities that are actually harmful to us. When we start doing esteemable things and building self-esteem, we'll be less likely to engage in behaviors and activities that hurt us. From there, we'll be able to be better to others, too.
Take a yoga class, meditate, and schedule an appointment with your local chiropractor and acupuncture specialist in Brooklyn, NY. Community Chiropractic & Acupuncture of Park Slope provides services and treatments that unlock a better you.