Celebrate small victories to boost productivity

Nathan Vidal

I am a creative who enjoys problem solving and designing websites and graphics.

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  1. July 1, 2015

    […] It might be better to mix up tasks and work on things that are easy to accomplish as well as the more difficult time consuming tasks. Therefore, instead of dedicating the entire morning for example to one task that we are unlikely to complete we can allocate some time for tasks that we are sure that we can accomplish. This way even if we do not complete the major task we can have a few minor victories to motivate us. […]

  2. May 4, 2019

    […] It may be better to mix up tasks and work on things that are easy to accomplish as well as the more difficult time consuming tasks. Therefore, instead of dedicating the entire morning to one task that we are unlikely to complete, we can allocate some time for tasks that we are sure that we can accomplish. This way even if we do not complete the major task we can have a few minor victories to motivate us. […]

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