How To Get Things Done: Tips And Tricks For Productivity!

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Hey readers!

Today I wanted to make a post about how to get things done. In this world with social media and technology and distractions it can be hard and we’re all tempted to procrastinate. But no fear! I’m going to share some tips on how to beat procrastination once and for all! And don’t worry, my tips are actually going to change your life – not like all those other blogs that share the exact same set of tips. That’s because my blog is the best blog!

design desk display eyewear1)  Tell yourself you’re only going to work on it for 5 minutes

Because you know you can spend five minutes. And chances are you’ll end up continuing longer once you start. Besides the hardest part is starting right? I mean you’re “reading” this post because you have a tendency to put off work because it’s human nature and we’re naturally lazy…

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Six Word Story

The fear creeps up on her.

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Do You Know Your Why? (Guest Post)

When I ask this question to those people around me, they reply with either “What is it?” or “You mean my hobbies?”

It is hard to see one who knows exactly what he wants to do with his life and devotes all of his energy to it. You can ask your surroundings to see if one can come up with a solid answer.

The Why is not a small hobby or something too conceptual that one can’t reach. It is simply your trueself, your purpose of existence that powers you and drives you to achieve your utmost satisfaction.

And apparently, your Why is very important. It brings passion to your work, gratitude to your daily activities and clarity to your life. It helps you stay focused. And it is a miracle.

An example of my friend’s is: “I want to be so rich that I will use money as a mean to help others.” No jokes. It is seriously his Why.

Or your Why can be as simple as: “To reach a peaceful mind and never feel negative again.”

But many of us are struggling to find the Why, in the course of not even knowing they are finding it. Have you ever asked yourself the question: “What do I want the most in my life?” or “Which career path should I choose for the rest of my life?” And then not long after, you forget that “big” question to dive into your normal day-to-day activities.

You may see it’s hard to answer that question, because you either do not know the answer, or do not want to draw a big picture that seems to be unachievable, or you do want to find it but are clueless of how to.

If you are keen on finding your Why but don’t know how to, then read on, you may be interested in my method:

GETTING STARTED: HOW TO KNOW YOUR WHY THE UNBOUND WAY

Here is the recipe for you to cook your Why:

Ingredient #1: Find something new to do (or to think). Make a list of them.

Why it must be new? The answer is this simple: Old ways don’t open new doors!

If you do the same chores, repeat the same hobbies, think and talk the same way, you will never know your potential.

And “the potential” is in your future. It is not the current you. The current you is old.

We all want to develop ourselves. No?

You do not know how well you can do something new without putting it into action.

Ingredient #2: Don’t make it too difficult. Start small.

Not every one of us can do extraordinary things, but every big thing starts with small steps.

Plus, small things are easy to start, especially with those who love their comfort zone, who are introverted and who procrastinate.

Ingredient #3: Do it with persistence.

I have published an ebook for this method, named “100 new little things – A method for knowing your Why”.

Why is it 100? Of course, when you have the list of your new little things, it can be 50, 80, or 500. Just do not make it 3 or 5.

The crucial idea here is that we will have to do it in a row. Make it a regular series. Because our new things are small, we have to continue to make it happen and thrive for the unordinary.

Why is this method the right way to give a try?

It is proven that Doing new things can help you in many ways to improve yourself:

  • It is a trait of successful people
  • It helps you Overcoming your fear
  • It leads you to Learning new skills
  • It helps Improving your career path
  • It shows you the treasures of life
  • It is a method to find your freedom
  • It leads to big changes
  • It improves your creativity

I hope this helps, and if you want to have more guidance on how to know your own Why, your true self, kindly visit my website:

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5 Cofacilitations And A Presentation

So thankfully my semester is almost over which means I’m done with my cofacilitations and presentations. I have a really hard time with these as I’ve told you guys because I am one of those people that is just not great at speaking in public or to groups.

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So two of my cofacilitations I did on my own which I actually prefer because I’m kind of a perfectionist and like to be in control…

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I had to do the other three cofacilitations and the lecture presentation with other people and the majority of them went pretty well. One of the people I had to do the cofacilitation with turned out to be an arschloch while the others were really nice.

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I did well in all of them except one seminar cofacilitation where no one had read the stuff and no one was answering the questions we had and it was just super awkward and weird.

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The lecture presentation went better then last time and I did pretty well in it.

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Anyway I’m just happy I’m done with them although now that I’ve done them a couple of times they’re not as scary anymore and I kind of know what to expect and how to handle certain situations.

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Six Word Story (Guest Post)

How the hell would I know?

This guest post is super special because it was contributed by my dad!

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5 Quotes For Introverts (Guest Post)

“The more powerful and original a mind, the more it will incline towards the religion of solitude.” –
Aldous Huxley

“Don’t try to be what you’re not. If you’re nervous, be nervous. If you’re shy, be shy. It’s cute.” –
Adriana Lima

“Silence is only frightening to people who are compulsively verbalizing.” – William S. Burroughs

“Just because you don’t say much doesn’t mean people don’t notice you. It’s actually the quiet ones
who often draw the most attention. There’s this constant whirlwind of motion and sound all around,
and then there’s the quiet one, the eye of the storm.” – Amy Efaw

“Lighthouses don’t go running all over an island looking for boats to save; they just stand there
shining.” – Anne Lamott

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How To Travel When You Suffer From Social Anxiety (Guest Post)

Objective: Travelling with Social Anxiety

You scroll down your Instagram feed and watch people travelling to every corner of the world. Looking anxiously at your screen you might think “Damn If it wasn’t for my anxiety, I’d travel all the time”.

Well, today is your lucky day. I will tell you how to travel the world from the comfort of your social anxiety.

Should I travel alone?

Short Answer, yes. Long Answer depends on the situation. There are certain places that travelling alone might not work. These would be places that are crowded such as Cancun Mexico, London UK, Las Vegas USA.

In these places you might feel like you stand out like a sore thumb. Because they’re centered around public events like: concerts, sports stadiums, nightclub raves. Which most people that have social anxiety would not be too fond about anyways.

Many people with social anxiety tend to realize that travelling alone is the best way to travel. What does this mean? It means that when they’re in large groups, they tend to get overloaded.

What if I don’t want to go alone?

More people? No problem, this is the safest way to go travelling. A major bonus to go with a few people means that you don’t need to do most of the talking.

Some people feel social in spurts, but always do not feel like talking. Travelling with outgoing friends, works well for when you just want to go along for the ride.

The best strategy is to go with 2-4 friends. This means you have enough people to entertain each other; yet, not enough to get left-out/ignored the whole trip.

Who should I go with then?

Outgoing socially active friends.

Life-long friends

Friends that share your same interests: Hiking, nature etc.

People that are not exhausting for you to be around

Choosing a Country to Vacation to?

I can’t choose a specific country you should go to. What I can do is telling you specific ideas.

Go to Countries That are From Different Cultures

Being in a foreign country makes it easier to interact with locals. This is because you’re not as worried about following the norms. Why? because you don’t even know they exist.

When I visited Ghana, Africa. Greeting people was easy as 1-2-3!

I did not mind just saying what’s up to different people or sounding weird. Why? Because I had no idea how normal people acted in their culture.

On top of that locals are more lenient and receptive to tourists. Firstly, because its always refreshing to meet new people. We always want to make a great first impression to visitors.

Secondly, the stereotypes of all tourists being loaded with cash might not hurt either

Countries Where People Don’t Speak Your Language

Many claims that being in a foreign country and not speaking the language is awesome. This is because the focus of your conversation is more on communicating your point.

Compared to being in a country where they speak the exact same language. Now your worried about how they think of what you said, and if they found your jokes funny etc.

Find Object/Event Focused Activity

Social anxiety gives people the “don’t know what to say syndrome“. Sometimes you feel like you know what to say, other times you don’t to learn more about speaking publicly with anxiety, check out my guide on public speaking with social anxiety.

Event Focused Activities

Museum
Opera
Napping on the beach
Take Pictures
Explore Nature: Hiking, scuba diving etc.

Pick a Tour Guide:
A tour guide makes travelling with social anxiety a breeze. Their job is to guide you through fun experiences and do the talking and schmoozing for you. You can learn more about choosing the perfect tour guide here.

What if I can’t find a professional tour guide?

No problem. You can always choose activities at a resort with instructors. Having an instructor is the simplest way to enjoy a new place without knowing the ins-n-outs. Plus, I’m sure they would not mind giving you some tips on local places to explore. Especially if you ask nicely (give a nice tip!).

What If I don’t want to give a tip?

Never enough for you huh? Alright then, why not catch up with an old friend? The best tour guides are people that have been living in that city for years, and that you know personally. Not only will they know the city well, they will know what you prefer!

Conclusion

Just take your travelling plans one wave at a time. Remember, your “job” as a tourist is to have fun. The standards are set low for you, to be honest. Being respectful and polite already puts you ahead of the pack. Safe travels, … and wait. Don’t forget to bring me a souvenir.

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Top Travel Tips For Introverts

Great tips!

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Hey travel lovers and welcome back to a whole new year of blogging! We have some great posts for you in 2019, but for now we are going to be sharing with you some of our favourite travel tips for introverts in celebration of World Introvert Day.

  1. Always travel with headphones, a book and maybe even a sleep mask – If you are too nervous to talk to people then this is one of the easiest ways to avoid conversation without appearing to be really rude.
  2. Try a retreat – There are plenty of different options for retreats available, whether it’s writing, spa, yoga, or something else. Retreats tend to offer a calm and quiet space in pristine natural settings. You will probably end up surrounded by like minded people who like to keep to themselves.
  3. Order room service – This can be a nice break if you have not…

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14 Valentine’s Day Cards For Introverts

These are so perfect!

Quietly Ambitious

1. For that special person that you don’t mind sitting in a room with and not talking

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2. Because watching Netflix is the only time you’ll hear an introvert say ‘the more the better’

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3. There’s no fun playing scrabble on your own

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4. For the nerdier more intellectual introvert

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5. Most people suck, but you suck the least…I guess

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6. For the quietest couple in town

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7. For the socially awkward introvert couple

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8. Because hopefully by now your other half has accepted your quietness

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9. Because let’s face, there’s no introvert quite like your other half

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10. For the Harry Potter lovers

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11. For those that have already grown old together

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12. For the book loving introvert

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13.  For those that don’t necessarily like to ‘introvert’ alone

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14. INFJ love

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5 Chandler Bing Quotes That Are Way Too Relatable

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