One Simple Habit To Help You Boost Your Productivity

Kevin Shan
6 min readJan 15, 2020
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Two, actually, but it’s the same action.

I’m crazy about productivity.

The more you can do in less time, the more you earn, the more you learn, and your life becomes happier (depending on how you manage it).

I personally like to increase the amount of work I can get done in less time instead of working longer hours.

If you go back on my Medium profile, you can see there’s a lot of posts on getting more done and various tricks I used to get more done.

Today, I want to share a few more tips that really increased my productivity.

Around November 2019, I was rebounding from various negative emotions and found my path again.

The stuff I watched in October was brilliant.

I had watched a MindValley Masterclass with Vishen Lakhiani and Marisa Peer and I was fascinated by the content.

It was about rapid transformational hypnotherapy and how I could fundamentally change some of my beliefs about life to move forward into abundance.

I’m not 100% sure Marisa Peer’s online therapy session worked as I didn’t remember seeing the intended effect… but my worldview took a complete twist after watching the masterclass.

I worked harder, became happier, and became more social as well. I was able to work through every problem that came at me instead of falling into a pit of failure and depression.

The masterclass from MindValley was so amazing that I decided to go for another one to see if I can experience the same changes.

Within a few weeks of watching Marisa Peer’s masterclass, ads on YouTube about Jim Kwik popped up.

Okay, this sounds interesting. I would love to learn how to improve my ability to learn.

Thus, I signed up a MindValley Masterclass with Vishen Lakhiani and Jim Kwik.

Once again, the content was on point and I learned a lot. It wasn’t as life-changing as before, but it did provide me with a few actionable tips.

Today, I want to share the most important thing I learned.

Don’t Look At Your Phone First…

Kevin Shan

Stock market enthusiast, blogger, and athlete with a background in luxury real estate auctions. Writing about investing, money, self-improvement, and more.