Self-Hypnosis to Improve Personal Productivity
Are you lacking the productivity that you think you need in order to achieve truly great things in your life? Do you feel like you are wasting your precious time without doing anything essential? If so, you have fallen for the trap of procrastination, and you need a boost in order to properly enhance and thoroughly increase your own personal productivity.
Luckily for you, it’s safe to say that you have managed to stumble upon the right place. Look no further as below you will find out how to sustainably increase your productivity using powerful techniques which are definitely working. Self-hypnosis is a way to influence your mind, and we all know that this is the only thing which matters and is capable of making a dramatic impact and effect on your life. With this in mind, let’s go right ahead and take a look at the things that you need to take into account when it comes to it.
The Things to Consider
The truth is that through the download of our course, you will find out a lot of particularly important insights when it comes to powerful hypnotherapy techniques for increasing your productivity. Getting more done and doing it effectively is something which is done after accomplishing a mix of different ingredients.
For instance, you need to increase your motivation, organization, determination, creativity and your discipline. No one said that this is something easy. In fact, your own lack of determination is the most devastating thing which is going to have a critical impact on your overall productivity. This is something that you need to know.
However, self-hypnosis, as you can understand if you take the liberty to download the audio, is going to help you tremendously with this particular endeavor. It’s something which is going to ensure that everything is handled as per the highest industry standards and that you enhance your productivity properly and as you expect it.
Self-Hypnosis is Effective
While a lot of people remain particularly skeptical when it comes to different hypnotherapy methods and applications, the truth is that it has been already determined that the mind is one of the most important things which have a critical impact on the way we function. Basically, every single action that we take is determined by our mind. This is something that you need to take into proper account.
As such, self-hypnosis is a technique which is going to allow you to single-handedly achieve deeper levels of your mind and to dig deeper into your own sub-consciousness. This is going to allow you to actually be capable of enhancing the components of productivity – determination, motivation, concentration and whatnot.
If you take advantage and download what we have to offer you are most definitely going to experience increased levels of productivity that you have never seen before? This is going to help you start getting the important things done right on time – it’s definitely a positive thing to consider.
Productivity Plans and Agenda
This section presents tips that are intended to help you complete your tasks in an organized manner through proper preparation. “Fortune favors the prepared mind”, as Louis Pasteur said, so keep that quote in mind as you peruse this array of pre-work prep tips.
Make a List of Your Tasks for the Day
A simple checklist of the things you need to do can be surprisingly helpful at keeping you on track. Aside from ensuring that you don’t forget to do any of the written tasks, when you see how much left you have to do, you can get serious about work. This can also help you avoid forgetting something and embarrassing yourself.
Check Your Agenda for the Next Few Weeks
There are times when tasks that have deadlines weeks from the current date will require preparation. As such, it is the best policy to always know what you should be doing within the next few weeks, so you can manage your time and resources properly. Remember to stay flexible, as changes can happen within those few weeks.
Use an app to keep track of your checklist.
If you have a smartphone, put it to work and use it to keep track of the things that need doing for the day. Apps like these can also help you prepare your schedule for weeks in advance. Remember that a smartphone is only as smart as the person who is using it.
Set Up Reminders for Meetings and Tasks
When you set up a reminder on your cellphone, you are reducing the risk that you will run late or miss appointments and tasks altogether. Setting a reminder can also take a load off of your mind and allow you to concentrate better on the task at hand. Do make sure that your reminder ringtone won’t bother nearby people, or you could be lessening their productivity.
Prepare all the Materials That You Need
Though arguably this can be considered part of the work that you do, for argument’s sake let us put it in this category. Having all the tools and supplies close at hand makes it easy to complete tasks because you won’t have to break your concentration (or spend time) going to get something.
Set Your Cellphone to Silent or Vibrate-Only Mode
Loud ringtones don’t just break your concentration but also that of the people around you, unless you have your own office or something to that effect. Besides, it would be a bit embarrassing if you were surprised by your own cellphone. We don’t quite recommend turning your cellphone off because there may be urgent matters that can only come to your attention through your cellphone.
Concentrate and Focus for Productivity
You might say “Well, duh” or something similar. However, no tip is too small or obvious in the pursuit of productivity. Concentration is both a talent and a skill. Some people can focus on tasks easily – they’re usually the more productive ones – and some are not quite as good. However, you can train yourself to keep your cognitive and processing resources on the tasks at hand. It takes practice and, semi-ironically, concentration to build up your powers of concentration.
One Task at a Time
Though the human brain is capable of handling many tasks at a time the cognitive part of it works best on just one thing at a time. Just like how a computer slows down when there’s too much going on, your brain is not as efficient when there are several tasks to handle at any given time. Worse, you are more likely to commit errors than a computer is, especially when you attempt to multi-task. The bottom line: One task at a time.
Identify the Time of the Day You are at Peak Performance
Just like TV has prime time, there is also a certain time frame where you are at your best. You can concentrate the most, able to work faster and more efficiently and produce better results during these hours. Do yourself a favor and make the most out of your prime time and really work into overdrive. The most difficult tasks of the day should be done when you are at your best. Anything that requires less attention should be moved to other times of the day.
Whatever it is that you do, don’t forget to take notes of significant things. For example, if you come across some possibly important bit of information, make a quick note regarding its location and content. That way, you can put it out of your mind until the time you need it. Keeping your mind as free of clutter as possible makes it more efficient; the same principle applies to relegating reminders to your smartphone rather than your internal active memory. You might find that this technique also reduces the number and intensity of headaches!
Clear Your Mind as Needed
It does not have to be some esoteric Zen trick. Simply pausing your thoughts and taking deep breaths for a few seconds is enough to lower your blood pressure and clear your mind of clutter. If you find yourself getting confused or having a headache, pause somewhere you can easily pick up, and take a few moments to re-center yourself.
Get Up and Stretch Regularly
You might think that getting up keeps one away from work and distracts from the task at hand, but think again. When you get up and stretch, you relieve stress on your body and mind. With fewer distress signals to bother it, your brain can become more efficient than it could have if you just slogged through the aches. The trick is to pause your work in a way that you will find it easy to resume from. If your work was a set of math problems, then you should pause after completing a problem, not while in the middle of one.
Don’t put off work that you can do now. Unless something urgent that requires immediate attention comes up, you should direct your energies to completing whatever it is that can be done at this moment. Aside from lowering your overall productivity, procrastination sets you up for dangerous crunches that could be much less taxing if you completed your tasks as they came up.
Update your agenda or schedules as needed.
When changes occur that will have effects on schedules or your agenda, update your reminders, and if needed, communicate with the concerned parties. Do these as soon as the need arises so you don’t forget to do so. This will help you avoid situations where you forget appointments or you don’t get what you need because it was not requested beforehand, which causes stress and loss of time for everyone involved.
Don’t distract yourself.
It’s too easy to get lost in all the stuff that’s online, or on your mobile devices, especially if the company you work for is not very strict about the use of the company Internet bandwidth. Sooner or later, you end up looking through LOLcats or following the adventures of webcomic characters – unless of course you have the discipline to stick to what you’re supposed to be doing. Stay focused on your work, and whatever you do, don’t click that mysterious link!
Don’t Let Others Distract You
Sometimes the mystical allure of Lolcats and viral videos comes to our attention through no fault of our own. An office mate might send you the link, or will be viewing it (and laughing like a loon) when you pass by. The point is that sometimes distractions are shown to us by other people, and though it is not their intention to make your productivity drop, it ends up doing so. That’s why you will need to stay on track and avert your eyes. When you’re done with work, then you can amuse yourself to no end, right?
Get Out of Bed Before the Rest of the World
Setting your alarm clock at least an hour earlier then everyone else’s is great for getting you to work early in the morning. Apart from keeping you from showing up late, it allows for some time alone in the office. No phone calls, no one dropping by at your desk and other such things. In other words, you have the office to yourself with virtually no distractions. Quite obviously, this boosts productivity by allowing you to concentrate on the task at hand.
Mix in With the Right Crowd
The sad truth is that not everyone works productively. Some just lounge off and get by with the bare minimum. To really help boost your productivity, surround yourself with like-minded people who are really into what they are doing. If you can, work with people who have the same work habits and styles as you do. Laid back people are better off working with the same happy-go-lucky crowd. If you are someone who would rather be serious, find someone else who shares this ideal. This helps sync up your work habits and produces a harmonious relationship with your co-workers.