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Day 44: Do Your Work!

Only a few days are left in my productivity challenge, and I would like to share an insight as a small interim conclusion: Do the work!

You can read hundreds of self-help books, talk to countless coaches, write a journal, try relaxation techniques, tightly schedule your day, and so on. Ultimately, however, you must do the work to make progress. You have to tackle things. You have to become a doer, and the secret here is incredibly simple: Do your work!

Just start, no matter what needs to be done. Begin. Now! Finish reading this text, but then get going. Do your work and get your projects off the ground. Yes, you can try various techniques. It is especially important to have a clear mind. The task must be obvious. You must have a clear understanding of what it is about and how you will tackle it. The clearer the path ahead of you, the easier it will be to start and get as many things done as possible.

An important insight: resolve your blockages. There is always a reason why you don't want to do something. Why it's easier to procrastinate instead of finally getting the task done. Look closely, deep inside yourself, and ask yourself what is stopping you from doing what needs to be done. Are you perhaps afraid of rejection? Is the path unclear to you? Maybe you are tired? No matter what: everything can be solved.

Between you and your goal lies work. So start and do your work!

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