How to boost your Productivity?

Romil Rambhad will help you to learn how to boost your productivity in this guest post.

These days it is not easy to focus on the work we need to do. There is much disturbing news, not only for people who watch TV but it is also the social media that keep the mind busy and bring distraction. It needs to be able to create the right working environment and mindset. Romil will tell you how to grow your attention span and keep in good energy.

Thank you, Romil

3 Proven Ways To Boost Your Productivity

In today’s time, people struggle to achieve as much as, if not more than, the elusive happiness; it’s better Productivity.
We all are working towards improving and growing ourselves in every sphere of life, and this will reflect how well we do things and how productive we are. It is great to accomplish things perfectly, but it’s even better to achieve better in less time.

I often say Productivity comprises two essential components. If these two are achieved you will eventually be productive.

Better Performance + Utilizing time efficiently = Better Productivity

Here I will discuss 3 proven ways that will help you perform better and Boost your Productivity

3 Proven Ways To Boost Your Productivity

 

1. Grow your Attention span

As technology alters the way we live, learn, and unwind, an increasing number of people seek solutions to their limited attention spans. We barely need to exercise much patience or concentration on something these days, thanks to instant knowledge and instant entertainment. We change our minds and closeout if a video takes too long to load.

Regardless of what industry you work in or how fascinating your career is, your mind, concentration, and attention span might all benefit from a little mental exercise. You can certainly try meditation and other mindfulness practices. But there are things which you need to avoid.

Multitasking is the enemy of focus. While most people claim to be able to do several things at once, the scientific reality is that when attempting to complete multiple tasks simultaneously, none of them are performed to the highest degree. Constant switching between tasks takes away from getting the other done.

Close all unnecessary windows, stop checking messages and settle into a comfortable atmosphere while sitting down to work on a job. Set your phone aside for fixed periods of time if you are continuously receiving text messages and social media updates.

A short attention span makes all of your perceptions and relationships shallow and unsatisfying – Eckhart Tolle

2. Write your goals

Many people in the workplace are familiar with the concept of setting personal goals, but reaching such goals can be difficult. According to a study, by making a habit of writing you are 42 percent more likely to achieve your goals.

Writing down your goals not only allows you to get clear about what you want to achieve but also helps to motivate you to fulfill the tasks that are important for your success. Putting your objectives down on paper will force you to strategize, ask questions about your current success, and brainstorm your attack strategy.

Many who write down the “whys” and, more importantly, “how” of achieving their objectives are more likely to internalize them and acquire more “goal-relevant” skills over time. When you write clear, concise goals, you will become more productive.

Include the steps needed to get to the finish line, mix procedural and result goals, and aim high to remain motivated. Begin integrating these concepts into your short- and long-term plans right away.

 

3. Happiness is crucial

An extensive study into happiness and productivity has found that workers are 13% more productive when happy. Happy people take more risks, are more loyal, and are healthier.

When people are feeling more positive feelings, they are more active and imaginative. In reality, we discovered that people who were happy on a given day were more likely to not only come up with a new idea or solve a complicated problem that day but also the next day. Ultimately, though, the source of productivity is the specialized knowledge of people who get things done every day. And the evidence is clear: People perform better when they’re happier.”

People are happy when there are growth opportunities for them when their ideas are heard, their environment is supporting them, and also when there is an emotional connection with the people they are surrounded with.

I have discussed a lot in depth in my Latest course:

Growth & Productivity Hacks: The Science of High Performance 

or here: “Productivity Blueprint: Strategies to Boost Productivity” an Online Skillshare Class by Romil Rambhad – Life strategist, Author, and Speaker

You can check my book on the website www.rambhadromil.com

Here is Romil’s story

I have an Engineering background and a Masters’s in Management. After working in the corporate world for 5 years from being an Engineer to looking after the Business Development of the Company and later starting my business. Nothing leads me to the feeling of fulfillment.

While working on my business I started writing articles that lead to a beautiful book that I never thought of writing. This book has provided me the opportunity to touch many people’s lives and have a positive influence on people, I have started coaching people to achieve their goals and overcome their traumas. I have been always a curious learner about psychology and the human mind, this curiosity did lead me to learn ancient meditation techniques, NLP (Neuro-linguistic programming), Reiki (Energy Healing). Nevertheless, I am still learning as every individual is unique, the same strategy doesn’t apply to all.

I have been fortunate to found so beautiful path which helps people to solve their problem and I never feel like I am working as I am totally in love with the process.

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