Productivity is the way we describe how much work is getting done, whether measured through quantity, quality, efficiency, or effectiveness. While some look at productivity through the lens of results, a more effective way to look at it can be through analyzing what factors can influence any individual or team to perform at their best most consistently. Figuring out exactly what mental and physical aspects of your attitude, environment, and circumstances contribute to your best work can be a beneficial avenue of self-exploration. However, centering any aspect of self-worth on our productivity can backfire. Setting expectations for ourselves that ignore the fact that we are human beings, not human doings, and that our productivity will naturally fluctuate due to innumerable factors, will set us up for unavoidable failure. We’ve started gathering valuable information on this topic, but haven’t yet curated the findings.


Brian Tracy: How to Overcome Procrastination When You're a Chronic Procrastinator

In today's video, I'll share 5 strategies you can use to overcome procrastination, even if you consider yourself to be a chronic procrastinator.


The Stunning Costs of Distraction

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The 4-Minute Trick for Massive Productivity

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How to Maintain Concentration (for as long as 14 hours!)

Once again, please remember that I am not advising you to do study sessions of this length. This is something which has worked for me in the past but which isn't necessary for success (at all!).


7 Habits of Highly Effective People—Habit 1, Presented by Stephen Covey

"The proactive approach to a mistake is to acknowledge it instantly, correct and learn from it." - Dr. Stephen R. Covey Habit 1: Be Proactive is about taking responsibility for your life. You can't keep blaming everything on your parents or grandparents.


Dr. Hallowell: Is Being Busy a Coping Mechanism?

Is busyness a coping mechanism? Slow down to concentrate better and get more things done.


How to Get Your Brain to Focus - Chris Bailey - TEDxManchester

The latest research is clear: the state of our attention determines the state of our lives.


How To Concentrate On Studies For Long Hours - 3 Simple Tips to Focus On Studies - ChetChat

Learn how to study and how to concentrate on studies as well as how to concentrate on studies for long hours and how to study long hours strategies on how to study with full concentration and how to focus on study.


5 Ways to Build Focus and Concentration - College Info Geek

If your studying gets interrupted often by distractions or the temptation to multi-task, try these methods of building your ability to focus.


The Most Overlooked Way to Be More Productive

In this video I talk about one of the most overlooked ways to increase productivity. It's not a task manager, calendar app or one of the many creative tricks that help you stay focused. It's about finding balance in a world that often discourages rest.


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