Do you get easily bored with your goals after a while? Do you get easily distracted even though you know you should be focusing on your goals? Then this episode is for you. I’ll share 5 tips with you to help you stay focused when you get bored working on your goals. This episode is going to be a solo episode too. Brooks is somewhere vacationing in Siberia, I wish that was a joke but he’s traveling the country by train right now and Marmel is spending quality time with her family, so it’s just you and me today.
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- Thanh’s top three habit-building resources [2:22]
- Why putting in the hours is the most important thing [5:10]
- The power of falling in love with the process [8:50]
- Why you need to stay connected with the purpose of your goals [16:30]
- How to change your plan if necessary, and keep your goal the same [23:01]
- What advantages a process-oriented habit has over a goal-oriented one [26:18]
- Atomic Habits: An Easy & Proven Way to Build Good Habits & Break Bad Ones
- The Willpower Instinct: How Self-Control Works, Why It Matters, and What You Can Do To Get More of It
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Being more productive at work or in life isn’t rocket science, but it does require being more deliberate about how you manage your time. No one is born to be very good at time management, so that’s okay if you think you’re bad in it. But everyone can learn to boost their productivity and achieve more. No one is born to be very good at time management, so that’s okay if you think you’re bad in it. But everyone can learn to boost their productivity and achieve more!
If you want to maximize your productivity, don’t resolve to put in long hours at work; and try these tried-and-tested tips instead:
1.Take regular break
2.Chart Your Progress
3. Get a workout partner or goal buddy
4. Reward yourself
8. Give it time, be patient
Moreover, I found an amazing site that helps me improve myself and gets me motivated by completing challenges.
Really interesting site with a great challenges verity—https://makeBetter.me