Cleanliness == Productivity
Fixing my flaws being my vision and focus for almost a week, I write one by one every day as a blog post which makes me keep a hold of my views.
Today’s flaw would be my environment. I bought a bunch of books lately, I thought huddling them up near my table would look good. Yea it did look good, but as the day passed by there was a certain discomfort starting to hit me.
My room was untidy, but I wasn't keeping an eye on it rather trying to find my flaws which were invisible to me. The room was terrible, the clutter of papers that I have no clue what's inside it.
Books started to absorb dust at some point and yea then I realized the room was dusty too. Talking about productivity and on the walk of attaining it, I forgot about cleanliness. Irony cleanliness is the first step to productivity indeed.
Oh yeah! I got rid of everything which I felt shouldn't be in my sight and arranged them on closed shelves or somewhere safe but out of my sight.
I even fell into the sight of distraction at times when one task feels heavy looking at different books steal my focus. After getting rid of heaps of things and storing them somewhere safe, my room kinda looks like below.
I minimized the things that should be on my desk, now exists my laptop, a water bottle, and a notepad. Now it feels minimalized and more organized, the chances of distraction now went rock bottom. Well yeah, distraction arises with phones putting them somewhere away from me at times helps.
I love finding flaws that bother my consistency and productivity, that comes true only when I am putting things on the blog and journalling.
I write here by thinking about how could I convey this to my friend or close one’s that's different from the language how I journal.
Do you get any flaws that stop your productivity? If yes, how is your surrounding environment? Does it feel negative? Fuck, take action asap.