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Achieve Your Peak Potential

Achieve Your Peak Potential

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Wake up Early and Exercise

Wake up Early and Exercise

I wake up at 5:30 A.M every single day, consistently, and the first thing that I do, after making up my bed, is to exercise for at least 30–40 minutes. This makes me happier and more satisfied with my results and achievements.

Waking up early means getting most of the work done as soon as you start your day. This sets a routine for you.

Doing a high-intensity workout early in the morning can kill laziness and make you feel productive.

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Divide your Work into 3 parts

Divide your Work into 3 parts

Dividing your daily work and important tasks into 2 or more parts helps you tackle them very easily and effectively. I divide all my important and critical tasks into 3 categories — difficult, medium, and easy.

The difficult types of work used to be done in the morning itself, because I found myself most energetic in the morning. The medium type of work is to be done in the evenings when I find myself a bit lazy. And the easiest types of work must be tackled during the night or during the late evening.

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Make a Proper timetable

Make a Proper timetable

Make a proper Timetable or a To-Do-List to tackle your crucial and most important tasks every single day. It is the most effective practice that I follow every single day and this really helps in tackling various tasks every day.

A proper timetable or To-Do is a good way to keep a track of your daily routine.

A proper timetable or To-Do is a good way to keep a track of your daily routine.

Tick off the work you’ve completed and you’ll feel you’ve been productive.

Tick off the work you’ve completed and you’ll feel you’ve been productive.

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Follow People Who Motivates you to do more

Follow People Who Motivates you to do more

Stop wasting time on social media following people who don’t motivate you to get back to work.

There are various types of people, celebrity stars, Influencers, creators, etc who are giving such friendly, positive and motivating content every single day. Follow them. Know their strengths and get inspiration from them.

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Change your Workspace

Change your Workspace

Workspace is a very important place that you must take care of if you want to be more productive in life. Update or manage your workspace if you find something irrelevant or not use things in your table. Make your workspace clean and full of useful and productive things. Get rid and eliminate of things that you find useless.

Your workspace is where you spend most of your time, so make sure it makes you feel motivated to work.

In case you are bored of your workspace, shift it to a new room, preferably that has windows for fresh air.

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Save Energy

Save Energy

Save your energy as much as you can. Do not get angry, frustrated, or stressed out. These all will drain your energy and will make you lazy and off from work.

Eat nutritious and healthy foods to get some more energy so that you can feel refreshed and can tackle your work very easily.

Get a Shower whenever you feel sleepy.

Avoid Procrastination.

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Divide your Goals

Divide your goals into yearly, monthly, weekly, and daily goals to make them seem achievable.

Plan real-time actions to achieve those goals within the deadline you’ve set for them.

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Take a break

Take a break

You are not a robot, right? You have to take small breaks from your work.

I prefer following the Pomodoro technique, which says that you work for 25 mins, have a laser-sharp focus, and then take 5–7 mins of break. Then again you continue this cycle again and again. This is a very effective technique that you can follow as well to take breaks from your heavy loads of work.

You can also take small breaks between your work to feel relaxed and productive. Plan trips in a month or so, to feel rejuvenated and get back to work with fresh energy.

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I have total faith in you.Make use of your strengths,And lean into your greatness.Do it with courage,And surprise us all! Connect with me on instagram @the.appiness

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