Contrary to popular belief, being productive is not that hard.

For some people, it could be due to them having the right kind of work and the right kind of lifestyle. For other people, it could be due to them getting enough rest time after a long day and having enough recreation time after a long week.

But you know what?

There’s more to productivity than just having the right kind of work and lifestyle and getting enough rest time and recreation time.

You see, to be productive is to be:


To be productive is to be grateful – not just for waking up each morning, but also for having the chance to do what you are supposed to do every single day. Even if you’re just a part time office cleaner or a freelance customer service representative, you must still be grateful for every opportunity given to you as you develop your skills and expand your knowledge.


To be productive is also to be appreciative – not just for those people who helped you get back up on your feet, but also for those people who caused you to fall down on your feet. Even if you’re just a low-income worker or a no-income volunteer, you must still be appreciative of those who are working hard just like you do and those who are helping others just like you do.


To be productive is even to be yourself – not just for what you are capable of, but also for who you are. Even if you’ve had a bad experience before or you’ve caused someone a bad experience before, you must still be yourself to become who you are truly meant to be and to become a better person than ever.

Do you agree with these points? Let us know in the comments section below!