6 WAYS to BOOST Your PRODUCTIVITY and Get 10x MORE Done! | How to Be MORE PRODUCTIVE

6 WAYS to BOOST Your PRODUCTIVITY and Get 10x MORE Done! | How to Be MORE PRODUCTIVE


I’m really successful. I’m not even gonna lie. I’m athletic. I have dope networking skills. I make a lot of money. I read a lot and I learn new skills really
fast. Now I’m not saying any of that to brag. You don’t think I started life with all those
skills, do you? No way! I developed all of them myself through hard
work. And YOU CAN TOO! And after this video, you WILL too! Now. One of the most important skills by far, is
learning how to be productive. Productivity is a skill that you can build,
and having this skill will allow you to learn things quickly, to manage your time so you
can actually do the things you want to do rather than realizing the day is over and
thinking “what the fuck? where did the day go? where did my LIFE go?!” So in this video I’m gonna teach you how to
instantly boost your productivity skill, so you can start doing EVERYTHING you want to
do. #1. Don’t waste time. Sounds simple, right? But wait. What did you do when you were driving home
from school or work today? You probably just sat there listening to the
radio and complaining about the traffic. Holy shit, what a fucking waste of time! Get yourself some audiobooks about topics
you want to learn and listen to them in your car. Listen to them when you’re at the gym doing
cardio. Think of a problem in your life you want to
solve, and then next time you’re waiting in line at Chipotle instead of just standing
there staring at the head of the person in front of you, think about that problem and
start plotting out some solutions. Visualize things you want to accomplish and
how you’re going to accomplish them. And then do it! Never have “down time” in your life. Never be “doing nothing.” ALWAYS use your time efficiently. Not only will you get TONS of stuff done,
but you’ll be much happier and energized, because you’re always in a positive mood doing
useful things, as opposed to just sitting there doing nothing. #2. Make a chart of how you spend EACH 30-minute
period of your day. Like this Write down what you do for each
hour. Then graph it. Now you can see exactly how much time you’re
spending on each activity that you do. And if you’re spending a lot of time on stupid
things, you can either (a) stop doing stupid things, and use the time for smart things
instead, or (b) figure out how to enhance those things so they’re actually beneficial
to you instead of just time-wasters. For example, if you spend an hour in the morning
driving, and an hour in the afternoon driving, listen to an audiobook like I said. That’s 2 entire hours of EXTRA TIME in your
day! #3. Stop wasting time working for minimum wage
peanuts, and set up some passive income for yourself. Passive income is anything that earns money
without needing you to work on it directly – for example, if you invest in the stock
market, and then you go to the beach, your initial investment is gonna be making money
on its own while you’re at the beach. That’s awesome! But the stock market is really a waste of
time. I mean let’s be real here. Unless you’re already really rich, or you
want to wait 30 years, you’re barely gonna make anything if you just put your money in
there and call it a day. The market moves, on average, about 8% per
year. That means if you put in a hundred dollars
today, a year from now you’ll have a hundred and eight dollars. Wow. So impressive. That’s Lambo money, baby. That’s Jordan Belfort shit right there. Now I’m not saying the stock market is a waste
of time. If you’re looking to invest in it and build
your money up slowly over the course of the next few decades and then have some money
to retire on, then it’s a solid option. But if you’re young and you’re looking for
something faster, I recommend Bitconnect. A personal friend of mine showed me this recently,
where he had invested 500 bucks about 1 year ago, and over the course of that year it had
turned into $10,000. Wait, what? 10 thousand? Holy shit. Basically the way it works is, you put money
into your account, and then you loan out that money to the company to invest in cryptocurrency
markets, like bitcoin. It’s the same idea as putting your money into
a mutual fund, where you give your money to a stock broker, and then he uses it to buy
and sell stocks and make money for you. The difference here is they just do it with
bitcoin instead of stocks. So while the stock market may only make you
8% per year, cryptocurrency markets can pull hundreds if not thousands of percent per year. Of course, it is riskier! I’m not gonna sit here and tell you “yeah
bro, there’s literally NO RISK, just invest 25 cents and it’ll turn into 70 million dollars
by next weekend! yeeeah Lambo baby!” So if you really need to hold onto your cash
to pay your bills, this is NOT the investment for you. But if you have extra cash that you don’t
need, or you’re just looking to invest in something with a higher risk in order to get
higher returns, then this is a great option. You can also withdraw your interest earnings
daily, so if at any point you decide you’re ready to take your money out so you can spend
it, on Lambos, cocaine, hookers, you know, whatever you like, I don’t judge … you can
do that. However, smart investors usually choose to
reinvest that money instead, to take advantage of compound interest. When compounded, a $500 initial investment
will be making you $100 every single day after just one year. Not enough for you? Invest more and the interest rate you get
paid goes up as well. A $10,000 investment will be worth over $380,000
in one year. So how do you get started? Step 1. Sign up using the Bitconnect link at the top
of the description. Step 2. Deposit bitcoin into your Bitconnect account. If you don’t already own bitcoin, you can
go to the website Coinbase to get some, and then send it directly to your Bitconnect account. I’ll have a link to that in the description
as well. Step 3. Exchange it for Bitconnect tokens. Step 4. Invest it and see daily interest payouts. Step 5. Go to www.lamborghini.com and choose your
new car aaahhh. Let’s move on. Tip #4 about boosting productivity: “No Zero
Days.” What this means is, set your goal. Build muscle, make money, get a good grade
on an assignment, create a new planet with your mind … oh wait, that’s mine. Well, whatever YOUR goal is, set it, and then
EVERY SINGLE DAY, you HAVE to do something towards achieving that goal – it doesn’t matter
how small, you just can’t do nothing. For example, every day, write 500 words towards
your assignment, or do 50 pushups, or create one section of the planet … wait, that’s
mine again, shit, I keep forgetting you guys aren’t gods like I am. But yeah, the idea is that EVERY FUCKING DAY
you move yourself closer to your goal. You NEVER waste a day. This is also a technique you can use if you
have depression, because it helps bring you out of that unproductive cycle and negative
spiral, by starting small, and every day you bring yourself a little closer to achieving
your goals. #5. Don’t have too many things to do in a day. Because if you have too much happening, you
won’t be able to fully immerse yourself in each thing, as you’ll know in the back of
your mind that you have this huge list of things to do and you’ll start rushing. RUSHING IS BAD. When you rush, you push yourself into a more
hectic brainstate, and those brainstates aren’t conducive to creative thinking, so they decrease
the quality of your work. Each day you should know, specifically, what
you want to do that day, and then do it. One thing I like to do is, I spend every day
working towards my goal – but if little things come up, instead of doing them on the spot,
I just add them to a “to do list,” and then once a week or so I’ll look at that list of
random things and knock out all of them. That way I only have 1 “rush day” per week,
while every other day is 24/7 productivity. And yes, I do mean 24/7. You tell your girlfriend if he she a problem
with you listening to audiobooks while you’re having sex, she can take it up with me. Oh, and for the love of god, don’t multitask. Multitasking is one of the biggest productivity
killers ever. Intuitively, you’d think if you work on 2
things at once, you’d get twice as much done, but in reality, you get LESS done than you
would’ve if you had only worked on 1 thing, because your mind keeps flipping around and
you can’t fully concentrate on any one thing. Actually, one of my favorite quotes is this:
“There is time enough for everything in the course of the day, if you do but one thing
at once, but there is not time enough in the year, if you will do two things at a time
… The steady and undissipated attention to one object, is a sure mark of a superior
genius; as hurry, bustle, and agitation are the never-failing symptoms of a weak and frivolous
mind.” – Lord Chesterfield
TLDR smart people do one thing at a time, stupid people try to do everything at the
same time. Haha. And #6. Get a monitor with a bigger resolution. If you do a lot of work on your computer,
having a high resolution monitor boosts productivity by SO MUCH, and I can personally attest to
this. Let me explain how this works. Let’s say you work on a 1080p monitor. The resolution of that monitor is 1920 by
1080 pixels, so in total you have 2,073,600 pixels in your monitor. Now let’s say you upgrade to something like
this. The resolution is 3440 by 1440, which results
in 4,953,600 pixels, which is 2.5 times as much as the 1080p monitor you used to have. This means you can fit 2 and a half times
as much stuff on the screen. This seriously helps with work because if
you have Word open you can fit 3 pages side by side without needing to scroll. You can put a browser window on the left,
Word in the middle, and something else on the right, and you can pretty much just have
everything visible on-screen at the same time without having to click around to see different
windows all the time. This makes work so much faster and more efficient. So if you do a lot of work on the computer,
this is something I recommend – and these monitors aren’t that expensive anymore, so
you can go to any electronics store and check em out and see if you like em. And that’s it! 6 tips on seriously boosting your productivity. In summary:
• 1) Don’t waste time. • 2) Make a chart of how you spend your
day. • 3) Passive income. • 4) No Zero Days. • 5) Don’t do too much in a day (and don’t
multitask too much!). • and 6) Higher resolution monitor. [OUTRO] I hope these tips helped you, if you
have any of your own tips for me, or for the other viewers, leave a comment down below
and let us know! And if you want to check out Bitconnect and
start making some passive income asap click the link in the description right now!

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