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The Seven Laws Of Being Productive (Also Known As Getting Stuff Done) July 18 , 2013 | Author: Lachlan Haynes | Posted in Education Productivity is what can make or break your goals and commitments in life. You may think that productivity is just some word used by our family, teachers, or bosses to keep us busy, but there really is more to it than that! Productivity is what keeps you from sitting on the sidelines in life and puts you out into the game where you belong. Without doing anything, you cannot achieve anything! It is up to you to get out there and make life happen. You can get all the things you want done completed, whether it be read a series of books , write a report, clean the house, or achieve your dreams. All of these are possible with productivity and you have the power to make them happen! While we may not be able to magically give you productivity, what we can do is give you the 7 laws of productivity. If you follow these and engage them, you will soon see you are that person you were envious of before, you will be the one getting everything done!

1. Break the bias towards inaction. What’s the most common reason stuff doesn’t get done? Well , because we don’t do anything! Wow, what a breakthrough! If you have a bias towards inaction then nothing will get done. Ground-breaking stuff isn’t it? And yet, action is always the most elusive part. Why? Well, we tend to get bogged down in things like preparing, planning and then dreaming (that it was much easier!) Eventually, we must challenge ourselves to take action. Because the minute that you start acting (e.g. starting your assignment or studying for a test) is the same minute that you start finishing. Don’t think about it , do it!

2. Think small. What happens when you look at a big task? Well, you think “Oh dear, this is quite the pickle isn’t it, I feel quite demotivated by this, and perhaps I will just avoid it and hope it goes away”. Problem is – that’s not how life works. So to avoid this kind of study paralysis it’s important to break the task down into a small, immediately executable task. For example , when you have to write a 1000 word paper, you start by writing just one word – don’t you? So write 100 words and take a break. But always think small – in fact think tiny! The smaller the task the better. Why? Because small tasks are easy – and lots of easy tasks all add together to equal one big task. So get thinking – small.

3. The fail trap. Almost everyone will hit a stumbling block at some point, an obstacle on the way to their goal. As hard as these trips and falls are, they are important. They help us learn and they help us grow. Without failure, you would not know success. Let’s say you have a project due for work. You decide you are going to take those small steps we mentioned before but something goes awry. Somehow you did not plan enough time and you are now rushed in the end, not finishing your project anywhere close to your standards. You may turn it in , and you may get an earful from your boss. It is a temporarily stumble and fall, but it was necessary because you learned something! You pick yourself back up, dust yourself off, and learn not to make the same mistake again. Whenever we start anything new there are bound to be obstacles in our way, but with time and persistence, you will only get better and better until you will see those roadblocks from far ahead and jump with ease over them.

4. Create simple objectives for tasks , and revisit them regularly. If you don’t know what you’re trying to achieve how will you know when you’ve achieved it? Instead of just aimlessly doing things and wondering why you’re not getting anything completed, set a target and stick to it. It could be as simple as something like “learn 10 new words in Spanish by 5 pm today”. Your targets don’t have to be extreme to be worthwhile. So start any new task by just defining what you’re trying to complete. That way, you’ll know when you’ve completed it!

5. Be consistent. Incorporating your goals into your daily routine is like dynamite – because it explodes your output exponentially! If you study your materials for just 30 minutes per day for a year, you’ll have spent 10,800 minutes doing this – which turns out to be multiple days. This will also allow you to keep your momentum going. Don’t feel like you can’t get anything done just because you can’t spend hours doing it. Meeting goals head-on as often as possible is much more important than how much time you spend when you do. Routines often get a bad rap as fun-killers, boring repetitions , etc. – but, in fact, routine is the very foundation of success. Do it your own way and it doesn’t have to suck!

6. It is okay to say no! What we mean by this is you must value your time as much as your friends and family may not understand, it is incredibly important you do not run yourself into the ground trying to help others. This, of course, does not mean you need to push your family and friends away. What it does mean though is when they approach you with tasks and lists that really don’t fit in with your new routine or rules of productivity , it is okay to tell them no. Let them know you will get to it as soon as you can but your schedule is packed tight right now. And it really is! You are making time for you, your goals, your routine, and your productivity!

7. Remember that rules – even productivity rules – are made to be broken. All of these tips here should only be followed as long as they are working for you. Don’t beat your head against the wall. If moving forward has become impossible with your current routines, then it’s time to try something new. Do what works for y

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