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Dream Wish: Enhance Your Productivity Exponentially

Dream Wish: Enhance Your Productivity Exponentially

Allow me to take ten minutes of your time. This ten minutes can enhance your productivity beyond anything you have ever dreamt of.

Life Is Unbalanced

Imagine standing in a queue. You get behind the line and you wait for your turn. You think you will get what you deserve when your turn comes. What else can you do? You just wait for the queue to move.

And Zoooooom!!!

Someone whizzes past you like a freak flash-wave and gets ahead of the game! You could barely see him going! And while everyone else is still standing in line, wondering what just happened, that guy has reached straight for the bounty, grabbed it, and is off for the next.

Some people are like that. They never had to wait in line and never cared for it much. They simply showed up and started winning.

Are they just lucky? Maybe not.

The Dream Wish Concept

Going for an exam? Getting dressed up for an interview? Going out to meet your dream date? Preparing to leave for the seminar which will shape your future?

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Here’s the miracle secret to enhance your productivity infinitely today!

Dream wish is one of those lesser-known secrets held under the sleeves of high achievers. It can shoot you straight up in the run for success. It is as simple as it sounds and just as amazing!

In my personal and professional life I have tried this out several times, and let me tell you, it works like a charm!

If you are in for something big today, try the Dream wish concept. Have complete faith in it and see how the magic unfolds.

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    What You Need To Do

    You will need about 10 minutes of quiet time.

    Step 1 – Relax

    Find yourself a quiet room. Sit in a comfortable chair and relax your body. Take a few deep breaths and with each breath relax more and more.

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    If you need some help with the relaxation, give yourself a countdown from ten to one, telling yourself “I am relaxing with each count.”

    Ten….relax….nine…relax…eight…relax… and so on until you reach one.

    Such a back-count will also take your mind off the immediate task at hand and help you let go of any tension you might have inside.

    Step 2 – The Dream

    Now, when you are in a completely relaxed, tranquil state, imagine watching yourself from a distance. Think about the task you are about to do and watch yourself doing it.

    See yourself being extremely peaceful while carrying out the task. And watch yourself achieve the best. You are very happy to have succeeded and you feel really good about it. Make this as vivid as possible. Feel the joy of the win!

    If you are up for an interview, watch yourself dynamic and bright in the interview room, shaking the hands of the interviewer with enthusiasm and a smile. Watch how he reciprocates. Watch his demeanour and see how pleased he is to see you. Make the visual as vivid as you possibly can.

    Feel the joy which you get when you walk out of that room, knowing that regardless of how many candidates there are that day, you got the job!

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    If you are going to meet your dream girl today, imagine her to be extremely friendly and cozy, imagine laughing loudly with her and having a great evening! Imagine the look of warmth in her eyes and imagine how she is interested in you the first time she lays eyes on you.

    Imagine and feel the emotions which you would really feel – be it love, happiness, or a sense of achievement. Let that emotion make you happy.

    Step 3 – Emerge

    When you feel good and relaxed to have won the game already, start coming back slowly to the rest of the world.

    Count again, this time from one to five, telling yourself that with each count you are a little more awake.

    One…two…three…waking up…four…almost awake…five. Fully alert and feeling great!

    Step 4 – Just go for it!

    You are now all set to win!

    Be the same happy person who emerged from the trance a while back and lead yourself up to the event — to the interview room or the podium, whatever the case may be — feeling great!

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    Feel like a winner! You may have a hundred people competing for that spot, but that does not matter. Only you have what is required.

    Watch what happens now. I think you are in for a miracle.

    Enhance Your Productivity And Experience Serendipity

    No, I will not tell you why this works. Sometimes, the magic works only if its secret does not unfold.

    Whenever you are chasing a big achievement, try the Dream wish concept. Have complete faith in it. Faith can enhance your productivity beyond what logic can dream of.

    Just believe in it — it will work!

    As the Master of an Ocean liner, mine is a high-performing job. We have to prove ourselves every day. The Dream wish concept has never failed me. It will take you ahead of your competition by leaps and bounds.

    Enhance your productivity

      Think about it: Do you still want to stand in the queue? Or whizz past?

      Sunrise photo, Bright Sun: Photos taken by Captain D.

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      Effective vs Efficient: What’s the Difference Regarding Productivity?

      Effective vs Efficient: What’s the Difference Regarding Productivity?

      When it comes to being effective vs efficient, there are a lot of similarities, and because of this, they’re often misused and misinterpreted, both in daily use and application.

      Every business should look for new ways to improve employee effectiveness and efficiency to save time and energy in the long term. Just because a company or employee has one, however, doesn’t necessarily mean that the other is equally present.

      Utilizing both an effective and efficient methodology in nearly any capacity of work and life will yield high levels of productivity, while a lack of it will lead to a lack of positive results.

      Before we discuss the various nuances between the word effective and efficient and how they factor into productivity, let’s break things down with a definition of their terms.

      Effective vs Efficient

      Effective is defined as “producing a decided, decisive, or desired effect.” Meanwhile, the word “efficient ” is defined as “capable of producing desired results with little or no waste (as of time or materials).”[1]

      A rather simple way of explaining the differences between the two would be to consider a light bulb. Say that your porch light burned out and you decided that you wanted to replace the incandescent light bulb outside with an LED one. Either light bulb would be effective in accomplishing the goal of providing you with light at night, but the LED one would use less energy and therefore be the more efficient choice.

      Now, if you incorrectly set a timer for the light, and it was turned on throughout the entire day, then you would be wasting energy. While the bulb is still performing the task of creating light in an efficient manner, it’s on during the wrong time of day and therefore not effective.

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      The effective way is focused on accomplishing the goal, while the efficient method is focused on the best way of accomplishing the goal.

      Whether we’re talking about a method, employee, or business, the subject in question can be either effective or efficient, or, in rare instances, they can be both.

      When it comes to effective vs efficient, the goal of achieving maximum productivity is going to be a combination where the subject is effective and as efficient as possible in doing so.

      Effectiveness in Success and Productivity

      Being effective vs efficient is all about doing something that brings about the desired intent or effect[2]. If a pest control company is hired to rid a building’s infestation, and they employ “method A” and successfully completed the job, they’ve been effective at achieving the task.

      The task was performed correctly, to the extent that the pest control company did what they were hired to do. As for how efficient “method A” was in completing the task, that’s another story.

      If the pest control company took longer than expected to complete the job and used more resources than needed, then their efficiency in completing the task wasn’t particularly good. The client may feel that even though the job was completed, the value in the service wasn’t up to par.

      When assessing the effectiveness of any business strategy, it’s wise to ask certain questions before moving forward:

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      • Has a target solution to the problem been identified?
      • What is the ideal response time for achieving the goal?
      • Does the cost balance out with the benefit?

      Looking at these questions, a leader should ask to what extent a method, tool, or resource meets the above criteria and achieve the desired effect. If the subject in question doesn’t hit any of these marks, then productivity will likely suffer.

      Efficiency in Success and Productivity

      Efficiency is going to account for the resources and materials used in relation to the value of achieving the desired effect. Money, people, inventory, and (perhaps most importantly) time, all factor into the equation.

      When it comes to being effective vs efficient, efficiency can be measured in numerous ways[3]. In general, the business that uses fewer materials or that is able to save time is going to be more efficient and have an advantage over the competition. This is assuming that they’re also effective, of course.

      Consider a sales team for example. Let’s say that a company’s sales team is tasked with making 100 calls a week and that the members of that team are hitting their goal each week without any struggle.

      The members on the sales team are effective in hitting their goal. However, the question of efficiency comes into play when management looks at how many of those calls turn into solid connections and closed deals.

      If less than 10 percent of those calls generate a connection, the productivity is relatively low because the efficiency is not adequately balancing out with the effect. Management can either keep the same strategy or take a new approach.

      Perhaps they break up their sales team with certain members handling different parts of the sales process, or they explore a better way of connecting with their customers through a communications company.

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      The goal is ultimately going to be finding the right balance, where they’re being efficient with the resources they have to maximize their sales goals without stretching themselves too thin. Finding this balance is often easier said than done, but it’s incredibly important for any business that is going to thrive.

      Combining Efficiency and Effectiveness to Maximize Productivity

      Being effective vs efficient works best if both are pulled together for the best results.

      If a business is ineffective in accomplishing its overall goal, and the customer doesn’t feel that the service is equated with the cost, then efficiency becomes largely irrelevant. The business may be speedy and use minimal resources, but they struggle to be effective. This may put them at risk of going under.

      It’s for this reason that it’s best to shoot for being effective first, and then work on bringing efficiency into practice.

      Improving productivity starts with taking the initiative to look at how effective a company, employee, or method is through performance reviews. Leaders should make a point to regularly examine performance at all levels on a whole, and take into account the results that are being generated.

      Businesses and employees often succumb to inefficiency because they don’t look for a better way, or they lack the proper tools to be effective in the most efficient manner possible.

      Similar to improving a manager or employee’s level of effectiveness, regularly measuring the resources needed to obtain the desired effect will ensure that efficiency is being accounted for. This involves everything from keeping track of inventory and expenses, to how communication is handled within an organization.

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      By putting in place a baseline value for key metrics and checking them once changes have been made, a company will have a much better idea of the results they’re generating.

      It’s no doubt a step-by-step process. By making concentrated efforts, weakness can be identified and rectified sooner rather than later when the damage is already done.

      Bottom Line

      Understanding the differences between being effective vs efficient is key when it comes to maximizing productivity. It’s simply working smart so that the intended results are achieved in the best way possible. Finding the optimal balance should be the ultimate goal for employees and businesses:

      • Take the steps that result in meeting the solution.
      • Review the process and figure out how to do it better.
      • Repeat the process with what has been learned in a more efficient manner.

      And just like that, effective and efficient productivity is maximized.

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      Reference

      [1] Merriam-Webster: effective and efficient
      [2] Mind Tools: Being Effective at Work
      [3] Inc.: 8 Things Really Efficient People Do

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