Productivity: How to Motivate Yourself Productivity and Create by Murdock Laurel

(82b) How to Motivate Yourself Productivity and Create

Productivity: how to motivate yourself productivity and create


The volume also aims to bring together ideas from different parts of the world about the challenges those local economies and institutions may face when changes in productivity are observed. These contributions focus on theoretical and empirical research in areas including productivity, production theory and efficiency measurement in economics, management science, operation research, public administration, and education. 

You know the pain that comes with waiting to the last second to do something. You know the anxiety of watching the clock count down. You know you don't do your best. Others may be counting on you and you don't want to let them down. Get this book and feel more relaxed, more prepared and at ease in life as you know that your work is your best.

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Secondary Genre: SELF-HELP / Affirmations

Language: English

Keywords: time management, time management for busy people, time management for women, time management productivity, small business, time management system, procrastination, productivity

Word Count: 4168

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As for entertainment, in some ways I find this less justifiable than social media. You’re not catching up with your Uncle Jim or reconnecting with an old college friend through a mutually shared article on Buzzfeed. Instead, you’re absorbing some type of fantasy version of reality, whether it’s in the form of celebrity gossip or people hacking each other’s heads off on HBO.


The ironic thing is that if you are replacing your needed responsibilities with, say, TV watching—you will experience the same type of procrastination pain I described earlier. This means you won’t be able to really enjoy your pastime because your responsibility will be lingering in the back of your mind.


So the very act of mismanaging your priorities can actually ruin the thing you would otherwise enjoy. This means if you have a term paper or a work project to get done, your TV show is just not going to feel nearly as enjoyable.


To battle Shiny Object Syndrome, we have to dig deeper about what actions we are taking in life and where they are leading us. Your goals and aspirations, or your passion about your career, are fickle if a TV show trumps your abilities to take the needed steps to get your projects done.

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