This is why many well-known writers will tell you the same advice to writing like a master: the key to good writing is just to, well, write! There’s no “secret” to it. No manual. No nothing. Seems foolish and retarded, but it’s the truth.
Now the Same Applies to Productivity in the Workplace or at Home
Take that adage with you to the water cooler, to the cubicle, to the main office, out in the field, at home figuring out if you need that equity loan. Seriously. Productivity’s not that hard to accomplish when you know about laziness according to Sigmund Freud. You’ll learn a lot on that front to achieve productivity. Write all this down on the typewriter, by the way — as you punch the keys, more thoughts and words will come to you.
To go on further, this brings up the topic of procrastination. What do you do? You “split tasks.” Work on a system, especially if you are a writer, and that typewriter does look a bit intimidating. When you partition your work schedule in such a way that it makes you efficient, you end up not so scared of “writer’s block,” (or worker’s block) per se.
Keeping in mind old “sayings,” or proverbs, would be a great motivator to stay on task as well. Don’t get distracted. Hang up post-its at work if you want. Whatever you can do to keep your will and drive to succeed like a superhero and save the day.
Whether you’re into real estate investments or sales, it doesn’t matter: motivation matters when it comes to productivity.
Don’t Get Discouraged: the Words Will Come to You
Perhaps you just might write the Great American Novel, or the quintessential how-to on improving your work productivity. Whatever the case may be, you’ve got all the cards. Write your words of wisdom down. Then apply them to your life. Your work. Your home.