Productivity is one of those evergreen topics that every entrepreneur, blogger, and actually EVERYONE focuses on at some point in their lives or careers. Productivity is essential to our ability of making things happen and improving as human beings.
If we can’t find a way to remain productive we won’t get a promotion at work, won’t find new clients for our businesses, and won’t write new content for our websites … among other things, obviously.
There are many techniques and tricks to improve our productivity. But one of the most basic principles is that we need some relaxation time. No one can be productive round the clock. There’s always time for work and time for relaxation. If you forget about the latter you might as well forget about the former ‘cause you won’t be able to produce any good results anyway.
However, relaxing isn’t simply reading a book, or sitting in front of a TV. If you want to find out what’s the secret to effective relaxation check out my guest post at FeelGooder:
What’s your favorite way of relaxing after getting some serious work done? Have you ever stumbled upon this concept of effective relaxation before?