Debbie Rodrigues | Oct 1, 2018 | 0
How To Boost Your Productivity With Recovery
You can and should boost your productivity with recovery. This round-up has all the tips that you need to get more done without stress.
Have you ever tried to boost your productivity with recovery?
I know it sounds weird.
But when you look at the list [ninja-popup ID=734]52 Things That Are Killing Your Productivity[/ninja-popup], it’ll make sense.
You already know by heart all the obvious efficiency blocks that can cause you to get little done.
But that’s not what this series is about!
My goal with the challenge is to help you become aware of the hidden obstacles in your productivity journey.
For the past 3 weeks, the topics discussed were around recovery.
Below, I put together a round-up of the related blog posts.
Let’s get started!
How To Solve Your Sleep Problems And Improve Your Productivity
If you have difficulty getting rest at night, you already know you need to solve your sleep problems.
Lack of sleep is harmful to your health.
But what you may haven’t noticed yet is that it also ruins your efficiency.
For those who hadn’t found the motivation to get started, I have 5 reasons for you here.How to create space in your schedule with recovery. #coaching #mentorship #MindfulPlanning Click To Tweet
How To Stop Hitting The Snooze Button For An Efficient Day
Once you get over struggling with your sleep pattern, it’s time to move forward.
Let’s talk about waking up.
As important as the amount of hours you rest per day and the quality of your sleep, the way you get up plays a significant role in your productivity.
If hitting the snooze button if your thing, I collected 5 ways you change this habit today.
You’ll notice that when you get up by the first time you wake up, you’ll have more energy and will be more alert too.
Don’t believe me? Check it out here!
The Hard Truth About Coffee And Productivity
You might be wondering what this post has to do with recovery.
For starters, one hard truth about coffee and productivity is that caffeine impairs your ability to sleep.
Even though its side-effects vary from person to person, you shouldn’t disregard the results of your daily coffee intake on your efficiency.
You may not consider yourself caffeine-sensitive, yet, please check these 7 typical adverse reactions to excessive caffeine intake.
The sooner you act upon them, the better.Find out how to recover better to have more energy for the things you love. #coaching #mentorship #MindfulPlanning Click To Tweet
Putting it all together…
Why you need to boost your productivity with recovery
In the first weeks of the challenge, we covered productivity killers that affect our body.
Now, it was time to think about your brain.
No, your brain doesn’t rest when you sleep, however, sleep serves to:
- Reenergize the body’s cells.
- Clear waste from the brain.
- Support learning and memory.
Underestimating the need for recovery might be damaging your efficiency more than you imagine.
If you don’t know where to start, let me help you.
Check the prompts of the 52-Week Challenge For A More Productive You that will help you boost your productivity with recovery.
Before you go
Can you answer the following question in the comments below, please?
How do you make sure you recover from your daily activities on a regular basis?