Maintaining consistent productivity at work can often be tricky. As humans are not automatons, low motivation moments will naturally spring up at times. If you’re finding these moments are occurring a bit too frequently, though, it’s probably time to try some new strategies.
We’ve found an article from the New York Times offering a comprehensive strategy breakdown for stemming the demotivational tide. The piece discusses fighting the various traps and trials that hinder productivity, such as multitasking, procrastination and distractions. It also shines a light on myths that supposedly help productivity, but can actually hurt it.
Up your productivity by reading the article at nytimes.com.