Did you know you can use the law of attraction to boost your productivity?
If you have no idea what I’m talking about, don’t worry! I’ll explain: The law of attraction simply states that we attract things into our lives by thinking about them.
By that logic, you’ll have an amazing life as long as you maintain a positive mindset and bring good into the world. If you expect a positive outcome, that’s what you’ll get… although it might not come in the way you expect.
Still with me? It’s okay if you’re 100 percent confused. Even if you don’t fully understand the law of attraction, I think the exercise in this post will still work for you.
I normally write long, in-depth posts, but this one is going to be short. I just wanted to pop in and share this amazing law of attraction productivity hack I discovered!
Check it out below:
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How to attract productivity
This exercise is super-duper simple. So simple that you’ll probably say, “Samantha, there is no way that will make a difference.” But I swear on my life that this has worked for me. It’s optimized my entire workflow.
You’ll need a notebook or a sheet of paper to write your to-do list down on. It’s important to physically write your list down for organizational purposes, but also because you put more intent or energy behind your words when you’re writing.
However, you won’t write your entries down like you would in a normal to-do list. There’s one small, but effective twist. Instead of writing your tasks as “go to the grocery store” or “write a blog post,” you’ll write them as “I will” statements.
See the examples below for clarification.
Normal task: Check email.
“I will” version: I will check my email.
Normal task: Go to the store.
“I will” version: I will go to the store.
Normal task: Write a blog post.
“I will” version: I will write a blog post.
When you put the to-do list entry in an “I will” format, you attract productivity into your life by giving your intentions more power.
You’ll also view your whole to-do list differently. Instead of seeing it as a list of things you have to do, you’ll think of it as a list of things you will do.
I’ve used the “I will” format in my own to-do list for the past few days, and I’ve gotten so much done.
I always have a crazy long list of things to do every day, so I never get through all the tasks I’ve written down. However, this law of attraction productivity hack has helped me be more intentional with my time. That’s been the biggest benefit for me.
This whole thing might sound crazy, but I can’t explain it. It just works.
Don’t believe me? Try it for yourself tomorrow and let me know how it goes.