If you’re a human being alive on this planet, you procrastinate.
And just so we’re on the same page, according to Google, procrastination is defined as “delay or postpone action; put off doing something.”
Have you ever delayed doing something? Put off what you really needed to do?
Of course, you have.
We all have.
Even me, Mister Productivity.
The question then becomes: how much do you do procrastinate?
High performers and those naturally productive tend to...
A storm that people in the Houston area will never forget.
It made landfall three times in six days and lasted a record 117 hours, stalling over the Texas coast for four days. It caused more damage than any other storm up until that point except for Hurricane Katrina.
The storm dumped 1 trillion gallons of rain on Houston in four days. At its peak on September 1, 2017, one-third of Houston was underwater.
Prior to the storm, I was alternating running and riding my mountain...
The world is in a recession…and I’m not talking about the economic kind either.
But rather a SLEEP RECESSION.
There’s a direct correlation between quality sleep and your energy level, and therefore your productivity.
Neuroscientists say adults need a minimum of 7 hours of sleep every night.
How much sleep do you get on a consistent basis?
When you don’t get adequate sleep, how is your productivity the next day?
Here are some interesting statistics around sleep...
No one I have ever met has said, “I hope that I have an unproductive day today.”
And yet I’ve met more than a few people who have no idea how to have a tremendously productive day.
There are several reasons why this is so:
- not knowing how which is something this article will help with
- lack of motivation
- not feeling well mentally or physically
Not only is it possible to have a productive day every day but it’s simple to do once you know how.
How fast is life going for you?
I bet pretty fast.
I’m 55 years young. And in July 1997, I moved from Rochester, NY down to Houston, TX. Recently, I was thinking, “Holy cow, I’ve lived here over 23 years already!”
Time keeps marching on and it keeps speeding up. I don’t care how old you are.
You live in a society where everything is on 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Except for leap years, in which case it’s 366 days.
I wanted to share with...