In order to keep your energy consistently as high as possible, you need to figure out what’s draining your energy. It’s like a phone battery.
The other day too many apps were running on my phone, and the screen brightens was at 100 %. That drained the battery extremely fast.
In fact, until I addressed these little energy suckers, I needed to recharge my phone twice a day.
The same thing happens with your physical, emotional and psychological energy. It’s crucial that you know what drains your energy.
Identify your energy leaks and manage them effectively, so that they do not affect your daily productivity.
Take a look at the Top 5 Energy Drainers in our Day-to-Day Lives
Energy leak: Relationships.
Do you have friends, family members who drain your energy, but you are too polite to stop hanging out with them?
Energy leak: Work.
*Do you do work that sucks all the energy out of you?
*Do you dread going to work?
*Do you come home mentally exhausted because you work in a toxic environment?
Energy leak: Home admin.
*Do you hate cooking?
*Do you hate cleaning?
*Are all household chores on you?
Energy leak: Mental.
*Do you beat yourself up for not being perfect?
*Do you diminish your achievements?
*Do you feel that you are not good enough?
Energy leak: Social media.
*Do you spend hours endlessly browsing on Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, TikTok?
*Does it leave you feeling comparing yourself to others?
You have to learn how to manage your energy if you want to do less but better.
Tell me something… Out of the 5 energy drainers, which one is draining your energy most lately?
2 thoughts on “How To Increase your Productivity [Part 2: Battery Drain Test]”
It’s some people for me and started thinning them out. My found place of late has been Am making some changes in my life. So if you don’t hear from me as I used to, you are part of the change.
It is important to be selfish to protect your energy. Some tough decisions have to be made and I am glad you have done that. I am rooting for you!