#1 Productivity Pitfall is Wishful Thinking

Avoid the #1 Productivity Pitfall.

Stop Wishing, Make It Happen and Be More Productive! 

Wishful thinking gets nothing accomplished and productivity stands still. Another year goes by, but yet the changes you wanted to occur, did not.

Whether it be that new year’s resolution to lose 25 pounds that you never quite achieved or earn more and be able to discover the financial security you yearn for, it can be quite de-motivating to not achieve your wishes year after year.

Luckily, with each new day comes the promise of a better day; the chance to actually do something that brings you closer to your objective, instead of just wishful thinking. Ready to follow these proven guidelines, and make tomorrow your most productive day yet? Let’s go!

Decide What You Want

From the inception, this is where many people get it wrong. It is near impossible to achieve multiple goals, pulling you in different directions all at the same time. Have ONE goal at a time.

Find Your Motivation

What is your motivation? Your WHY for the goal. Know this and you will be much more productive.

Write It Down- Set Goals 

Always write down your goals. Research always shows that goals written keep you on target and you are 85% more likely to complete the goal. write down your goals and place it in a location where you will look at it every day will keep it at the front of your mind.

Make Yourself Accountable

Do you ever notice the extra effort you put into getting your goals accomplished when you announce your goals to a group of people?

Set a Deadline for Your Goals.

A goal without a deadline is for the most part, useless. It’s the equivalent of wanting to make a house, but with no particular time frame in mind. Would you find it acceptable for it to take 35 years to complete a modest 3-bedroom home?

Nobody in their right mind would and is exactly why you must schedule your goals. It may be a bit difficult to estimate a completion time, but find what pace you are comfortable at, and go a bit over it. If your goal is doing a book, and you can comfortably write 500 words a day, aim for 750. This will leave you feeling driven, in that you are capable of much more than you thought.

Conclusion

Make tomorrow your most productive day ever! Start making small but significant changes today, and work consistently to achieving your goals.

A year from now, you will look back in awe of your accomplishments!

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