What’s Your Productivity Trigger?
Want to get greater productivity from you and your team? Best-selling author, coach, & speaker Dr. Joey Faucette shares the one thing you must discover.
Your biggest morning task is to decide whether to stop by Starbucks or McDonald’s for breakfast. That leaves you an abundance of time to do other things on your to-do list that are important, right?
Struggling with your to-do list?
How do you focus on what’s most important as you Work Positive?
First, find your productivity trigger.
I found mine as I stood at a family member’s open grave. He was young and his death unexpected. As I stood there, my mind flooded with all the times I wished I had called him just to say “Hi!,” the birthday cards I didn’t send and “just because” notes left unwritten. I cried.
I decided that I wasn’t crying for him, but for me. For the lost opportunities—
Then a beautiful dragonfly flew over the grave, his iridescent wings glittering in the summer sun. More joined him and I remembered that most dragonflies live only about a month.
As I stood there at that open grave, staring at dragonflies, I asked myself, “If I only had a month to live, what would I do?”
Watching the sandy soil cover his casket, dragonflies flitting about, I decided to do better. I now say all the words, some to people I haven’t spoken with in 30 years. I now do for others rather than wait until later. I define success by my clients’ metrics.
I pay attention to what is important. I focus on and filter for positive thoughts. I cooperate and complement with other positive people, with no Eeyore Vampires on Team Joey. I trust my birthright to believe and imagine the best in opportunities, while my accountability partners sniff out the trail of my ego and redirect me as necessary. I pay attention to what is important, which leads me to achieve a Work Positive lifestyle. I share my discoveries with you.
What’s your productivity trigger?
Who do you work for? More than your employer?
Why do you work? Pay bills or achieve financial independence?
How do you work? Job or career?
Where does your motivation arise from? Mine certainly changed…
Answer these questions and find your one trigger to be more productive this week as you Work Positive.
Next, we discover the one thing you must do each morning to be more productive.