Is it a matter of motivation or time that increases productivity?

Discussion in 'Productivity and Motivation' started by robert jean, Dec 16, 2009.

  1. robert jean

    robert jean New Member

    I wonder sometimes if people that really did have more time would actually get more done, or continue to procrastinate?

    When people are motivated, the work hard and fast.

    What do you think?
  2. A8ch

    A8ch Gold Member

    I don't think more time would necessarily make a difference to the procrastinator, because time isn't the problem. It's the getting started part that's the challenge.

    I do agree that motivation plays a significant role when it comes to getting things accomplished.

  3. BobFirestone

    BobFirestone New Member

    Motivated people make the time. Motivated people will sacrifice the small things today to get the big things down the road.

    Too many people believe they have no time, but can give you a minute by minute recap of American Idol.
  4. elle14

    elle14 New Member

    Depends, some are spending too much to work but still they don't succeed.. What matter is the result of your work and the skills that you do in your work.. I stayed motivated in my work by reminding myself about my goals in life [​IMG]
  5. MoneyOperator

    MoneyOperator New Member

    Yes motivation is very important. We do something depends on our motivation to do.
    IMO Productivity is something what we do with the best effort with little time you can finish your work with great finishing. [​IMG]
  6. Jim Gillum

    Jim Gillum New Member

    The correct combination of both is the "secret"...
    Once you get yourself fired have to "make" the time

    Love the quote detailing American Idol......I know that guy....[​IMG]

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