One of the most detrimental habits when it comes to productivity is setting goals that are too ambitious. If there is a long time frame until the completion of a project, it can be difficult to keep up the momentum. To avoid this, it is important to break down the work into smaller, more achievable tasks. It is easy to focus on the details, but by concentrating on individual objectives, workers can maintain their enthusiasm.
To stay motivated, it can be helpful to set daily or even hourly goals. Achieving these smaller goals can help people feel like they have accomplished something at the end of each workday. This helps to maintain a “win” mentality and focus on the progress made, instead of feeling overwhelmed by the task at hand. A great way to find inspiring and motivating people is to join Facebook groups that are related to blogging. For example, my Productive Blogging Community is a great place to connect with other bloggers.
Many bloggers I know have experienced some form of harassment or criticism before starting their blog. To stay productive and motivated, it is important to surround yourself with positive people who will encourage you and provide support. This will help you stay focused on your goals and make progress towards achieving them. It is also important to remember that motivation and productivity are not always linear. There will be days when you feel like you are making no progress, but it is important to keep going and not give up. Take breaks when needed and don't be afraid to ask for help if you need it. Finally, it is important to remember that success takes time.
It may take months or even years before you start seeing results from your hard work. But if you stay motivated and productive, you will eventually reach your goals.