Many people complain that they have to spend too much time working which leaves no energy for their personal plans. That is a problem familiar to all of us. Of course, if you have a particular schedule at work, you can hardly help that. But…Sometimes, it is our own fault that we have to stay longer at work. We are not productive enough, it takes us too much time to cope with some tasks. But we could have spent that time with our friends or family. We need to check where we lose time at work and control ourselves to prevent it.

What do you usually do during your working day? Are you sure that you are productive enough? Are there things that make you postpone something important? I guess everyone loses time checking social networks more often than required, browsing the websites of little significance that are not related to their work, etc. Meanwhile, the number of tasks that you have to complete is increasing, and late in the evening, you will find yourself at work still trying to cope with all that. What you need is self-discipline =)

Planning

No Distractors

Motivation

Simple Steps

Reward

Be Strong

Being self-disciplined is something that you can acquire. It is hard work but it is worth that. Please, share what helps you be organized and where you find inspiration to work on yourself.


Have a nice day!

Bradley Nice, Content Manager at ClickHelp.com — best online documentation tool for SaaS vendors

Source: https://medium.com/level-up-web/how-to-develop-self-discipline-at-work-8a053cebd86c

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Content Manager at https://medium.com/level-up-web 👈. I write about web design, web development and technical writing. Follow me on Twitter and Facebook
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