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Unlocking Incredible Productivity: A Lazy Person’s Guide

Over the past few years, I’ve examined hundreds of different routines and noticed that most successful and productive people have one thing in common – they have unique routines that can’t be replicated. Each person has different goals, work, obligations, energy levels, and ways of handling stress. The best routine isn’t one you can copy, but one you create for yourself.

In today’s video, we’ll tackle how to construct a productive routine for yourself if you’re someone who doesn’t feel like doing much, is often unmotivated, or would rather just chill. Not everyone wants to build an empire and be a productivity machine, and that’s okay. We’ll look at how to construct a routine that helps you get the most out of your time without putting in too much effort.

Starting is often the hardest part of work, especially if you’re feeling lazy or unmotivated. The Resistance, as it’s called, is that feeling when you know what to do but don’t feel like doing it. To overcome this, you can create a ritual for your routine, just like Pavlov conditioned his dogs to salivate in response to a bell. By connecting different stimuli together, you can make starting easier and more effortless.

I share my own pre-writing ritual of drinking tea, listening to music, and reading what I wrote the previous day to ease myself into work. By creating associations between stimuli and actions, you can condition yourself to begin work more easily. It’s a powerful way to trick your brain into being more productive.

Additionally, identifying your peak hours of productivity and protecting that time can help you get more done with less effort. Experiment with different times of the day to see when you feel most energized and motivated. Once you find your optimal time, make sure to plan your day around it and protect it from distractions.

Lastly, focus on the process rather than the end result. By breaking tasks down into smaller steps and focusing on the immediate actions you need to take, you can make progress consistently. Trust the process and show up every day, and you’ll gradually become better than yesterday.

Building a productive routine is a never-ending process of refinement, but by creating rituals, identifying peak hours, and focusing on the process, you can increase your productivity exponentially. Trust the process, show up every day, and watch yourself become more productive and efficient.



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