In the past, we’ve talked about making goals and creating rituals. What do you do when you have those goals and rituals that work well for a while but then… don’t. How do you get back up when your productivity or goals have slipped? Sometimes it’s a sudden change, but other times it’s so gradual we don’t even notice.
In this episode, we’ll go over 6 ways to help you bounce back.
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- The two most common ways most of us get off track with our goals and productivity [3:15]
- Why you should schedule your habits [6:13]
- How to make getting back to your habits as easy as possible [10:56]
- Why focusing on one task at a time will make your work go by faster and easier [15:49]
- What happens to your brain when you try to multitask, and why it doesn’t work [18:07]
- The power of community and mentorship in building and maintaining your routine [22:51]
- How our environment deeply affects us and our habits [31:55]
- Why you should clear to neutral at the end of your workday [38:45]
- Why showing up is the most important thing [42:07]
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- How to Motivate Yourself With Motivation Pages
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