Why Productivity Is the Secret to a Successful, Happy, and Healthy Life
All statues, regardless of their state, were carved from the same stone, just like all people are. All statues, even the damaged and incomplete ones are fascinating.
You are a work of art, like a marble statue, but it is important to keep in mind that you are also a work in progress. By being productive, you may chisel yourself into a better person as well.
You can still make improvements to your life even if you don’t have your act together. Contrary to popular belief, you don’t want Gucci shoes in order to move in the right way. You can walk barefoot on that step.
You don’t have to start out being the best; you just have to start. Picasso probably played with finger paints before making masterpieces.
When you’re productive, you can improve your intellect, relationships, health, creativity, and muscles, as well as other facets of your life. If you do this, your life will resemble those in movies.
Do not, however, feel under any need to emulate Chris Gardner from “The Pursuit of Happyness.” Making self-improvement a priority shows that you value yourself above all else.
Being productive boosts your happiness in addition to your money account. It heals a wounded heart, lessens physical discomfort, and cuts through monotony while enhancing your body and mind. It’s the chicken soup for any soul.
Who knew blood, sweat and tears could make a potion for happiness?
Being productive gives you purpose.
Even if you do not adhere to the Ten Commandments, you can still adhere to the ten items on your to-do list.
Whatever your religious or philosophical convictions, you might sleep with a dream and awaken to a vision. You’ll be more motivated to get out of bed in the morning if you have a clear objective.
Focus on that and keep your eyes on the goal. When you do this, all of your significant issues will converge. Your degree of happiness will increase.
Being productive keeps your mind active.
A happy mind is a busy mind. There is no time for bad thoughts when one is busy. When you are learning Photoshop, you are not considering Phil.
You get a cause to live when you learn. Your gears become greased. Keeping up with Kim Kardashian’s famous crying face might be a lot of fun, but be sure to watch “Blackfish” (or any other documentary) on Netflix as well.
Having said that, remember to take your vitamins in addition to your sugar. Balance is essential for productivity.
Being productive can increase your quality of life.
People will notice when you wear your enthusiasm like perfume, even your employer. Being motivated is necessary to earn raises and promotions.
Money, it is said, cannot purchase happiness. Although it doesn’t, everyone is susceptible to the allure of a comfortable life. You can replace your spring mattress if you have a little more cash. You can purchase any medication you may have been without.
If you already have a comfortable place to live, you can upgrade your apartment or go on vacation to relax.
Being productive can improve your mood.
For some people, productivity means different things. For some, it entails checking off bucket-list items by traveling to desired locations. Some people compare it to exercising.
On its website, the Anxiety and Depression Association for America cautions users that for some people, “regular exercise works as well as medication.”
And after demonstrating your mental toughness in a gym, you can be certain that you can do the same at an office.
Additionally, other stress-reducers like colouring have gained popularity. The Huffington Post asked psychologist Gloria Martnez Ayala why colouring reduces stress. Businesses have taken notice: The Strand Bookstore on Lower Broadway has many tables set aside for adult colouring books.
Therefore, you have the ability to calm your mind and uplift your spirit whether you’re lifting a weight or a crayon.
Being productive helps you evolve.
Being productive teaches you to challenge yourself all the time. And the easier it is to develop into a better version of yourself, the more productive you are. Being productive can also easily result in the development of improved habits because things in action prefer to stay in motion (thanks, Newton!).
You can upgrade to 20 pounds, for instance, when ten pounds of weight begin to feel like ten Pixy Styx. You may become more used to waking up at 5 in the morning if you wake up at 6 in the morning. You can be productive regardless of your schedule, whether you’re a morning person or a night owl. Growth can happen at any time, provided you keep improving and going forward.
Start pushing yourself so hard that standing motionless becomes unnatural. Discover your comfort zone through the discomfort.
Being productive motivates the people around you.
You inspire people when you inspire yourself.
Additionally, posting inspirational quotes may accidentally assist in boosting the spirits of others. Some people might object that inspirational quotes clog up their news feeds. I’d think they have some sway. Words have the power to touch people’s hearts and eyes.
Making a move yourself inspires others to follow. And when people see your progress, it inspires them with the idea that they, too, can succeed.
Be proud of the work you perform and realise that it opens doors for those who support you. Others can follow the footprints you leave behind.