Auf den ersten Blick schreckt (mich) die Verbindung von GlÃ¼ck und ProduktivitÃ¤t etwas ab (typisch amerikanisch, halt). Nachdem ich mich aber etwas eingelesen habe, finde ich immer mehr Gefallen an den Tipps (oder DenkanstÃ¶ssen, wie ich sie nennen wÃ¼rde).
Ich habe mir 5 Themen rausgepickt, denen ich in der nÃ¤chsten Zeit mehr Gewicht schenken mÃ¶chte:
- Maintain focus. One important key to achieving your goals is to maintain focus on them. To do this, again, itâ€™s important that you select one goal at a time. This will prevent your focus from spreading too thin. Itâ€™s also important that you give yourself constant reminders of your goal, so you donâ€™t lose that focus. Put up a poster of your current goal, or print it out and put it out somewhere visible, and send yourself emailed reminders. However you do it, find a way to maintain a laser-sharp focus, and the goal will come true.
[Behalte den Fokus]
- Plan your big tasks for week and day. Give purpose to your day by determining the three most important things you can do with your day, and making those a priority. Do the same thing with your week to increase your productivity: pick out the big tasks youâ€™d like to accomplish this week, and schedule those first.
[Plane deine wichtigste Aufgabe fÃ¼r die Woche und den Tag]
- Use the power of others. Achieving your goals can be difficult, but using the power of others makes it much more likely to happen. For example, put positive public pressure on yourself by announcing your goal on your blog. Or join an online forum, or a group in your neighborhood, that you can count on for support. I have a mailing list for the May Challenge here on Zen Habits, for example, and our group has helped me stick to my goal of daily exercise even when I started to falter â€” and the rest of the group can tell you theyâ€™ve experienced similar success because of the positive power of the group.
[Nutze die StÃ¤rke anderer]
- Be lazy. Thereâ€™s a time to be productive, and thereâ€™s a time to be plain olâ€™ lazy. I like the latter, and do it every chance I get. Does that make me a lazy person? Probably not, but even if it does, I donâ€™t care. It makes me happy, and the kids love being lazy with me.
- Start small and slow. Regular Zen Habits readers know that I advocate starting slow with any goal or habit change, and starting with a small goal rather than a big one. Why small? Because itâ€™s something you are sure to achieve â€” and once you do achieve it, you can use that success to push you to further success. Itâ€™s a simple technique, but it really works. Start slow when you start exercise, or other similar activities â€” thereâ€™s no need to rush it in the beginning, to overdo it. You have the rest of your life!
[Starte klein und langsam]
Welche Tipps sprechen Sie am meisten an und motivieren Sie, diese in Ihren Alltag zu integrieren?