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7. Make Use Of Your Work Environment

7. Make Use Of Your Work Environment

Recent research suggests that surrounding yourself with hard workers can motivate you to become more productive. Being in one room with people who are focused on work means that you will be less inclined to lose focus. This explains why it is better to study in a library than at home. Work is similar to studying. 

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People work more efficiently when they have ample rest time. Working in short, focused bursts is far more effective than trying to slog through the task all at once. Not only will you be happier with the end product, but you’ll feel better and more energized after completing it.

Are you burned out from working 27 hours a day, 9 days a week since before you can remember? This is a signal that you need a rest or a change. Human beings are not meant to work all the time.

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Laziness or Sloth is the disinclination to use energy and is seen as a negative trait in most cultures. Being lazy has also been associated with being a slacker, or a good-for-nothing person wasting time.

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A lack of passion for your job, and overwhelming to-do list.

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  • Write a short to-do list and 3 priority for the day
  • Keep your goals clear and manageable
  • Use positive instead of negative self talk
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