How to be productive when i am depressed. Do you remember, being at school and one of the kids in the class being a bit naughty and the teacher saying it’s your own time, you’re wasting and for me I used to sit there thinking it’s not it’s one o’clock on a Tuesday? I have to be here and by the way, I was never the naughty kid I was. I was a model student anyway.
This month marks three years since I became a self-employed
freelancer, and I thought what I do today is talk a little bit about some of
the productivity tips that I’ve picked up throughout those three years, and I
know what you think in your thinking.
I’m self-employed, nobody in their right mind would hire
somebody with facial hair like this, but um, I’m happily self-employed right,
so tip number one for productivity when you’re a freelancer or just any time,
to be honest, is all about sleep. Now, when I first became a freelancer, I was
all on the blogs and the vlogs all about how to become a successful
and one of the biggest tips seems to be getting up at 4 or 5
a.m. Doing 3 or 4 hours work before anyone else was even awake could get a head
start on the day, get ahead of everyone else, and that is how you become
successful, which I’ve learned, for me at least, is an absolute good. Sleep is
the key to productivity. As far as I’m concerned, I listen to a Joe Rogan
podcast, maybe about a year ago about sleep I’ll link it in the description,
and it blew my mind completely so loads of people like to claim that they only
need like four hours sleep a night.
The vast vast majority of people need between 7 & 9, and
did you know that if you only get four or five hours sleep, and when you drive
it’s the same as you’ve been drunk while you’re driving? Did you know that
unbelievable see I’d say the biggest advantage of working from home, as I do,
is that I can pretty much always make sure that I get enough sleep, and that is
an absolute key to productivity?