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The Main Key to Success, These are 5 Small Habits to Help Yourself Stay Productive

 habits that make us more productive.

From Leonardo da Vinci to Steve Jobs, history is filled with great thinkers and pioneers. But, have you ever wondered what the secret to their success is? Maybe you think because they come from a rich family or are born geniuses. However, you don't have to be a genius to be successful.

There are so many stories of today's successful people who used to come from ordinary families, an example is the fashion designer, Ralph Lauren. Productivity is the main key for these people to get success. Launching Psych2go, here are 5 small habits that can help you stay productive.

1. Split the task into 2 parts.

Billionaire Warren Buffett once said, "The difference between successful people and very successful people is that very successful people say no to almost everything." This statement from Warren Buffett refers to a widely taught productivity tip known as energy management. This concept emphasizes the importance of conserving our energy by prioritizing our tasks.

So, take a good look at your to-do list, do you really need to do all of them on the same day? Can you realistically do it? Productivity is not about completing as many tasks as quickly as possible, it is very important to pace yourself and take a less hands-on approach when it comes to your to-do list.

2. complete the most difficult task first.

Ever heard of the term Eat That Frog? This term is very popular among life coaches, motivators, and productivity experts. But, what does it mean? The term Eat That Frog is defined as doing the most difficult task first so that other tasks appear easier.

The book Eat That Frog! 21 Great Ways To Stop Procrastinating And Get More Done In Less Time written by motivation expert Brian Tracy helps us avoid procrastination and get more done in less time. Even if you only manage to complete one task in a day, you still consistently achieve your most important daily tasks and achieve higher levels of productivity.

3. use free time wisely.

It's a good idea to think of more creative ways to use your free time. Disconnecting from social media during certain hours of the day has been shown to make us more focused and more productive.

Removing these distractions allows us to complete tasks better. Researchers also recommend listening to audiobooks or podcasts while traveling to reduce stress, reduce feelings of boredom and social isolation, and spark creativity.

4. have a good rest.

There are studies that show the positive impact of frequent breaks and leaving room for relaxation in our lives. Just like any other part of the body, our brain can also experience mental fatigue when we work too hard, which can lead to severe fatigue.

However, rest alone was not enough. How we use our time off is also important. Rest should be something relaxing that doesn't require too much brain power. So, find the right way to spend time off and leave work at work.

5. create a reward system.

Having a reward system can increase productivity significantly. Psychologists have found that rewards are critical for dealing with stress and reinforcing productive behavior. According to experts, the best way to do this is to make the behavioral activation framework work

This framework is used to create a hierarchy of desired activities or outcomes. In this way, you will feel confident that you don't have to overwork which leads to burnout, or overestimating yourself which leads to procrastination.

Those are some small habits you can do to stay productive. So, which little habit would you like to do today, Beauties? It never hurts to experiment a little with some of the ways that have been tried to increase productivity.

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