Productivity starts with Quick Wins

by Brian Ritchie


Last Updated: Oct 7, 2012 18:47
93 words · 1 minute read

Feeling productive doesn’t necessarily translate to swallowing frogs first thing in the morning but instead focuses on the completion of tasks no matter how minute they appear to be. Waking up in the morning when the alarm goes off instead of snoozing, cleaning up your room before you start the day in fact helps you gain this feeling of self-achievement and further encourages more productive behaviour throughout the day. So do something, anything and realize that completing that matters more than not doing anything at all. That’s actually what productivity is all about.