For me, being an Entrepreneur is a dream. Being a freelance entrepreneur is more than a dream. It’s what I live for. Well, who doesn’t enjoy the comfort of his house.
Yet, dreaming was never enough, my capacity had to be triggered. After all, who is a born-business-guru? I know I am not.
Let’s dig deep and unearth the root elements of productivity uplift. First off, discipline is said to be the paramount force triggering our deepest talent; its what stimulates our capacity.
Let me share my typical WORK day.
Okay, so I wake up early. Enjoy some jogging, have a healthy breakfast and now all set to do my work.
Oh, first let me read/see some of my favorite blogs/videos for motivation.
Okay, super charged to get to work. Oh mom calling, will be back in a minute.
Oops its 11 am already! I will just complete this client’s work, then start working on my personal blog post for sure!
Why isn’t this work ever coming to an end???!!! Arghhh!!!
Oh lunch time already, and the client’s work isn’t done. Let’s hurry!
By 4 o’clock—No no no… I don’t have it. I cannot be an entrepreneur. I can’t handle multi-tasking. I don’t have what it takes. I can accomplish only what I am instructed to do! I am not super women. And so on, and so forth.
This was exactly me a month ago.
Never mind the past now, as this month there was a clear edge in my working capacity.
Composing ourselves and trying to be better each passing day made me closer and closer to the disciplined self.
So what exactly do I mean by DISCIPLINE?
To charge up the hidden capacity, we do not necessarily have to get up at sharp 6 or earlier. By discipline, I am simply referring to the ability of following certain habits and rules over and over again. Keep the wheel turning, move forward even just an inch, and consider each step a success; the goal then is not far behind.
As for me, I am currently learning, tutoring, developing and writing. In addition, I love house chores and love tending to my plants even more. I couldn’t simply let go of any of my occupations. Rather, following these rules of the winners made me contended and close to being a winner myself.
Embracing what the inner self has to say!
Firstly, I hit the point where I knew our strength resides. I started practicing what my inner self said. It seemed to be the toughest of the challenges. My results, however, owe much credit to it.
As we grow old, we do learn how to keep the inner voice quiet. This challenge to keep it down, nevertheless, is way more tough than following exactly what it says. As it will still keep triggering, no matter what.
So, I decided to do exactly what it says; and accepted it the mentor of the month. Results were that I slept with complete solace and woke up with a fresh & determined spirit. My concentration capacity elevated greatly. I was 100% confident that I was making the most of my 24 hours. The guilt of not getting closer to my dreams dropped incredibly. All in all, the closing of the month brought me 45% more close to my true potential.
Capacity raises ONLY with right minded people…
If we surround ourselves with people whose ultimate goal is to get the maximum likes and comments on their Facebook profile, then definitely we will end up being more or less the same.
Now, don’t get me wrong, I am not suggesting that getting these likes is useless or blocking those friends making such attempts.
My point is spending more energy on short lived happiness than on long term goals is the greatest hindrance in the accomplishment of anybody’s dreams. It lowers our efficiency and the capacity of productivity thus decreases.
To keep reminding myself of the goals and certain rules to accomplish them is what I repeatedly did. Here are top quotations that helped tremendously along the way.
“The only person you should try to be better than is the person you were yesterday.”
“Remember that the happiest people are not those getting more, but those giving more.”
“Don’t worry about being perfect, just be honest.”
“Cut your excuses in half, double the amount of action you take.”
“Be come one of the rare people who don’t know how to quit.”
I still fail 30% of the time, but keeping a closer look at the achievements stops me from quitting altogether.
I hope it was helpful for someone looking to activate their capacity and productivity.
Share with me your favorite quotations that keep you going.
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