I was thinking about my productivity and decided to tidy up my bookshelf and began cleaning it.

As I was doing so, I noticed a small mirror on the shelf and took it to my cosmetics drawer to put it away.

While I was arranging my cosmetics, I came across a pen, which I then took to my desk and began organizing my notebooks. In my notebook drawer, I also found some new sushi sticks, which I took to the kitchen and used to tidy up the area.


While in the kitchen, I noticed a box of tissues I had just bought, so I took it to the bathroom and placed it on the utility shelf, where I then began to tidy up the area.

From there, I realized I needed dishwashing liquid, which was in the kitchen, so I went back there to collect it.

Then, I remembered that I also needed a dish towel from one of my wardrobe drawers, so I went to retrieve it.

Inexplicably, I’ve been moving around my house non-stop, yet I haven’t managed to complete a single task.

You can read a thousand motivational books and still not understand this simple idea: without a clear plan and direct concentration, you’ll constantly do something but never get Productivity. This is the philosophy of household work, and it’s easy to get lost in it.

What is Productivity?

Productivity is the measure of how efficiently we use our time and resources to achieve our goals. By being productive, we can accomplish more in less time, which can lead to greater success and satisfaction in our personal and professional lives.

To improve productivity, it’s important to prioritize tasks, eliminate distractions, delegate when possible, and take breaks to avoid burnout. Additionally, setting specific and realistic goals, tracking progress, and celebrating small wins can help maintain motivation and focus. With a productive mindset and effective strategies, we can make the most of our time and achieve our desired outcomes.