- 7 Motivational Techniques to get you back on track
Do you ever get those days where no matter what you do you cannot stay motivated? I woke up Monday and have struggled ever since to stay motivated as I feel exhausted. I’m looking at my to-do list and nothing is happening. I tried all my Productivity hacks but my motivation has gone completely. When motivation lacks it can be hard to focus and get anything done. It makes you feel pretty rubbish and gets in the way of productivity. In light of this challenging time, I am sharing my top motivational techniques to get you back on track quickly. 7 Motivational Techniques to kick start productivity Choose small tasks off your to-do list When motivation lacks, looking at your to-do list is overwhelming. All of those tasks you were so motivated to do, now become a chore. So what’s your next move? Struggle on and hope to god you get it done? Or do you choose a couple of smaller tasks and complete them? I hope you decided the latter! Breaking down the tasks into smaller, more manageable chunks and finishing them will instantly boost your energy levels. You’ll find that you actually complete most of your to-do list […]
- Top 7 Must Read Productivity Books
After hitting a wall with writing today, I picked up my favourite productivity books to flick through to grab some inspired words of wisdom. That simple activity led me to write this article to help inspire you, just in case your productivity is lacking somewhat. It can be so hard to stay productive. We all try to do far too much and end up achieving nothing as we spread ourselves too thinly. Sound familiar? Well no more, in this article I’m sharing the best books for productivity so you can stay motivated and achieve all the results you want! Small disclaimer: I have included affiliate links in this post which means that if you click on a link and buy an item, I earn a small amount of money with no additional cost to you. 7 of the best Productivity Books 1. The One Thing by Gary Keller I absolutely adore this book and cannot sing its praises enough. Gary Keller makes being more productive super simple in this book. Focusing on the most important task every day will get you the biggest results. It’s as simple as that. Where I’d had huge success, I had narrowed my concentration to […]
- 12 Productive Skills to help you achieve more
Hands up. How many of us have truly great productive skills?
Trust me when I say it’s taken me a few years and a few books to hone my skills.
I use the following 12 productive skills that you will help you be more focused, determined and hit all the goals you set yourself.
- 9 Confidence building books you’ll want in your life
Do you struggle from time to time with confidence? We all do.
One day you feel on top of the world, the next you’re bingeing on Netflix and stuffing your face with chocolate. Hey, it happens.
Here are my top confidence building books to binge instead of Netflix.
- 6 reasons to stop Self-Judgement and judging others
How often are you in Self-judgement mode? And how many times do you judge others around you? I bet, it’s quite a lot right? It seems that society turns us all into judging robots, where we need to be better than the person next to us. Naturally, we compare and then judge. Would you still be happy being judgmental if you knew it had a negative impact on your well-being and ultimately, stunts your personal growth? Life would be sweeter, more fulfilling and compassionate if we stopped being so judgy. In this article, you’ll see 6 reasons to stop judgements to yourself and those around you. Why you need to stop self-judgement and judging others Judging others is a clear reflection of how harshly you judge yourself When you spend time talking about someone else and judging them, what you’re really doing is stating it’s ok to be critical of everyone, especially yourself. If you can judge others freely, you’re more likely to turn your attention to yourself. Which is no good for anyone. In a world where people judge others easily, be a breath of fresh air and reserve judgement of others. Kindness is king. Creates an inferior or […]