4 RULES – PACE, DISCOVERY, COMPANY AND THIRST
1. Be proud of the (small) success
– Start small. This is one of the easiest ways to start with being productive. By starting small and simple, you are not putting too much pressure on yourself about the things that you need to do and what are you supposed to accomplished in a specific period of time. By starting small, you will be able to accomplish easier tasks and you can move on to bigger challenges ahead knowing that you have gone though the entire process.
2. Self-reflection is the key
– Discover and re-discover your purpose in life. Indeed, the most powerful thing that can help a person get started with self-assessment is discovering your cause or your purpose in life. Once you were able to do this, you can find the reason in your heart why do you want to be productive. The reason maybe for the betterment of your own self or for your family and others but no matter what it is, what’s important is you have something to hold on to in setting goals that you would want to achieve in the future.
3. If a company isn’t for good: change it!
– Stay in good company. To attain continuous productivity and finding the purpose of your life, it is very important for one to veer away from people who have negative vibes. It is a must for somebody to find a good company of people who are all enthusiastic, encouraging, and have a positive outlook in life so he or she would somehow feel positive aura.
4. Stay hungry for productivity
– Be thirsty and hungry for something. For people who are just starting with the process of self-assessment to be productive, wanting something should never be enough. This is because wanting to learn the concept of productivity alone would not fuel your drive to aim for greater things or heights. If you really want to use self-assessment for you excel and be productive, don’t be contented with what you have right now.
It is best to always be hungry for knowledge so you are fueling your desire to learn. And if you are able to learn new things, you will be able to acquire new skills and even boost your self-confidence later on.