There are so many things to do, but only 24 hours in a day – does that sound familiar? While some people manage to get a lot done, others get quickly overwhelmed. So what changes can you make to achieve more, and be happier doing it?
The key to achieving your goals is practising good habits. We all have good and bad habits that influence how we operate in our daily lives. It’s up to you to nurture the practices that are beneficial and learn how to eliminate the negative ones.
Developing good habits starts by realising that you shouldn’t be working nonstop.
Everyone needs downtime, and by giving yourself a much-needed break every now and again, you ensure you have the energy to achieve your goals.
Instead of working from sunup to sundown every day, shorten the workday by coming home early and doing something that you find fufilling— like reading a book, listening to a podcast or exercising.
When developing a list of good habits, learning to take regular breaks should be a priority. By taking the time you need to mentally and physically refuel, you’ll find yourself feeling more energised and productive.
When was the last time you enjoyed time with loved ones, free from distractions?
Think about it. Did you feel present when you’re with friends and family, or are you preoccupied with work responsibilities?
One of the best habits to have is being able to spend quality time with those who are important to you.
This time is essential to connect with the people you care about and realise how your goals fit into the context of your overall life.
There’s something admirable about waking up at 6 am every day and jumping right into work mode. But for most, this schedule isn’t sustainable in the long run.
To become the best version of you, cultivate good habits into your life – like doing things you enjoy.
Being well-rounded is essential to creating a life you love. The first step is taking time from your busy schedule to do the things that make you happy.
Whether it’s listening to your favourite podcast on the train during your morning commute, or reading a story with your children in the evening, you’ll find that by incorporating things you love into daily life, you’ll be better prepared to tackle your goals.
Forming good habits takes time, but if you’re willing to commit to teaching yourself valuable tools for happiness and productivity management, you’ll emerge as a more fulfilled and efficient person.
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