Especially in this period when everyone's spending more time indoors, there is an increase in lethargy, lack of exercise and physical activity.
Maintaining high energy levels has always been a priority for everyone, as that is an important component of the productivity equation. Staying productive goes beyond having good time management.
So here are some habits that you can adopt over the years, that will helped you to conserve and maintain your energy levels:
1. Sleeping early
Yes, you already know that but It can't be stressed enough just how much a difference it makes when you get enough sleep! It's the the foundation of your energy. Sleep deprivation causes a continuous decline in your mental performance, so try to have a fixed sleep schedule and stick to it.
You don't need to spend hours working out, a quick 30 minute workout every day is all that's needed. You can even break that 30 minute into 2 shorter sessions of 15 minutes!
3. Set your intentions the day before
Energy is often about momentum. Start working hard and you’ll overcome procrastination and keep going throughout the day. One way to avoid this is to set a very clear intention of how your day will go, particularly in the beginning, the night before. Visualizing this intention and writing it down into your schedule can make it happen more automatically when you wake up.
4. Sell yourself on your goals
The truth is, you need to become the salesperson for your own goals. Not for other people, but for yourself.
Next it comes from refreshing and reminding yourself of your inspirations. Why did you get started down this path? What were you hoping to achieve?
Good marketers know to focus the customer on visualizing what they want to drive sales. You can focus yourself on what you want to have the energy to get it done!
One of the great benefits of reading books isn’t simply to give you ideas and information. Rather it’s to reinforce a mentality that often occurs at a subconscious level.
If you're not into reading, perhaps you can try listening to audio books.
6. Align your life
This last habit isn’t a one-time process, but an ongoing effort to bring the different elements of your life out of conflict and into alignment with one another.
A lot of energy is squandered because the different parts of our lives, both internal and external, are in conflict with each other. So it's important to spend some time untangling the different conflicts in your life to see how you could resolve them.Sometimes that can be done in the short-term, by making a change.
So take some time this week to think about the things that are draining your energy levels, and things that you actually want to prioritize once you learn how to increase your energy levels.
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