21 Day Productivity Challenge: Day 10

Today’s challenge is to work in a 90-minute interval or work session at least once a day for the rest of the challenge.

This challenge I learned from the great achiever, Darren Hardy, and I believe wholeheartedly in the process.

You pick a 90-minute timeframe, a time where you will have no distractions, extreme quiet, and be able to be laser focused on one task. You set a timer for 90-minutes and work, just work straight for those 90-minutes, and when the timer goes off, you rest, you stop working for at least 30-minutes, and you celebrate the win.

I use the 90-minute work session at minimum twice a day, I aim for three a day, but two sessions are still plenty for one day. The 90-minute work session works magic for me and helps me be even more productive.

I really encourage you to try out this challenge, you will be amazed. It has truly propelled my life and business forward in ways I could not have imagined.

Once you try the 90-minute session, leave me a comment and let me know how it went.

See you tomorrow for the next challenge.

xoxo, laportsia

21 Day Productivity Challenge: Day 8 & 9

Today we will look at the challenges for both day 8 and day 9, since I did not post yesterday’s challenge. Here they are:

Day 8: This day’s challenge is to create a morning routine. This can be very vital in getting a productive start to your day.

I have a morning routine that is pretty simple but which allows me to be my most productive self in the mornings. It helps me set the tone for the day, and knowing that I’ve gone through this ritual, there is such a feeling of satisfaction and confidence.

So for the rest of the challenge create, and then start utilizing this morning routine. It will make for a more passionate life.

Day 9: Today’s challenge is to start exercising if you already aren’t. If you are great, keep it up. But if you aren’t, your challenge is to find a simple little program to initiate. YouTube is full of short workouts you can use to get you going.

I’m not a person who works out in the morning. I’ve tried it but it doesn’t work for me, therefore the evening time is best for me. I’m either on my treadmill or on the bike at the gym. I keep my workouts very simple because by the evening time my brain has been exhausted.

Figure out the best time to workout and do it, it makes me feel so much better and I hope it does the same for you.

Tell me if you workout in the mornings or evening in the comments. I look forward to your comments.

See you tomorrow for the next challenge.

xoxo, laportsia

21 Days of Productivity Challenge: Day 7

Today’s challenge is to plan your day the night before. Complete this challenge every day for the rest of the challenge. This way you start the next day off running instead of trying to figure out what it is you will do with your day.

I love planning my day the night before, it opens up the possibilities for that day and gives me a sense of accomplishment long before the task is complete. And I always sleep better when the next day is all planned out and ready for me. This to me is one of the essentials of productivity.

If you like this challenge, click the like button and if you have found any of these productivity tips to be useful, please leave me a comment in the comments section.

See you tomorrow for the next challenge.

xoxo, laportsia

21 Day Productivity Challenge: Day 6

Today’s challenge might be a difficult one for some, but it is definitely key to being more productive. The challenge: wake up early for the next 7 days. Now early can be subjective, as one person’s definition of early is different from another’s.

Let me tell you my waking up early story. For the longest time, for years I would say, I could not for the life of me get up early and I barely go up in enough time to make it to work on time. It was a real struggle. Then one night, I found myself with a severe case of insomnia, I could not sleep for the life of me. This insomnia lasted for a few days, sleep was a very elusive thing during that time. Well, to combat the insomnia, I started doing things, working on things, productive types of things to make the time pass faster. I accomplished so much during those sleepless nights and what was even better was that I liked how productive I had become. When sleep returned to me, I most certainly wanted to keep that productivity momentum going. Since I had become accustomed to the early morning hours and the quiet that comes with it, I decided to start setting my alarm for 4am. It was a very difficult thing at first, but my body soon got use to the early mornings, so much so that my body now craves less sleep so that I am able to accomplish more than I could imagine in one day. Now I am not saying that in the next 7 days you will be able to wake up naturally, that will take a little bit of time, but this way you will be able to see the results you are able to get by getting up just a little bit early.

It is important to remember that when you get up early to start the day, for the first 20 to 40 minutes, you must move, be and keep active. Without this movement, you will fail to stay engaged with the work that you have to do.

So that is today’s challenge. See you tomorrow for the next challenge.

xoxo, laportsia

21 Days of Productivity Challenge: Day 5

Today’s challenge is to read for a minimum of 10 minutes a day for the rest of the challenge. I try my hardest every day to read for 10 minutes. If I am able to read longer I definitely read longer. The book can be in the physical or digital format. When I listen to Audible I tend to listen for hours, but I still make sure that I get a daily dose from one of my tens of physical books.

My current reads are The Power of Broke by Daymond John on Audible and Money Master the Game by Tony Robbins. Both are excellent books, so far, that I highly recommend.

Money Master the Game

If you are interested in tips for making reading a habit, stop by www.lovegirlpink.com and sign up for my email list.

See you tomorrow for the next challenge.

xoxo, laportsia

21 Day Productivity Challenge: Day 4

Today’s challenge is to write down three things you are grateful for today. And continue to write down three things each day of the rest of the challenge.

I write down three things that I am grateful for each morning and it centers and grounds me for the day. It is such a powerful tool to utilize because it puts me into a positive frame of mind.

So try this amazing technique that some of the most successful people utilize to begin their day.

If you are having trouble thinking of things to be grateful for, check out the image below that I found on Pinterest, it will get you started in the right direction.

30 days of gratitude snipet

See you tomorrow for the next challenge.

xoxo, laportsia

21 Day Productivity Challenge: Day 3

Today’s challenge is to create and start a to do/task journal. This is very important in getting things done. There is no need to go out and buy a fancy journal, a simple, plain notebook will do. I previously used the bullet journal system, but have since perfected it and created my own system that works best for me. If you have goals and things that need to get done, writing them down helps to manifest their completion. Use the journal over the course of the challenge and you will see how much more productive you become.

If you are interested in the journal system that I created, go on over to www.lovegirlpink.com under 21 Day Challenge for your free download.

Daily Log pic

See you tomorrow for the next challenge.

xoxo, laportsia