Make no mistake about it. Motivation will increase your productivity. When you’re not feeling motivated, you’re not going to accomplish much. That’s because you don’t have the drive to get things done.
I recently caught up with an old friend. The first thing he asked was, “How are things goin’?” I replied, “Busy.” That “busy” response was automatic, and I’d even say it’s probably the most common response anyone would receive from entrepreneurs and professionals.
Our physical environments have a major impact on our well-being. With that in mind, here’s a closer look at how your workplace can affect your productivity.
In addition to improving your sleep and output, you’ll also become more positive, able to absorb information better, and finally, achieve your goals.
Your schedule tells you what you need to accomplish each day. There may be meetings, appointments, and events listed that you don’t want to forget.