7 Important Productivity Habits My Parents Taught Me

7 Important Productivity Habits My Parents Taught Me Avatar Posted by TimoK under Self-Development
From http://www.pickthebrain.com 510 days ago
Made Hot by: thelastword on December 1, 2012 9:09 am
My childhood was a very regular one: I hung around with my friends, went to school and had a lot of activities going on on a daily basis.

When I look at my childhood, I’m able to see the productivity lessons my parents taught me. And although I had a hard time following them when I was a kid, and I can now truly value them as the cornerstones of my productivity.

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Written by tcwatson
506 days ago

"Take good care of your stuff" is powerful. It permeates through every facet of your life. I see a lot of folks that do the opposite, and the "impression" it sends is quite striking (and invisible to that person in many cases).



Written by tcamba
507 days ago

My mom does not nag us if the house is a mess but instilled into our minds to return things where they belong . The drawers , cabinets, and shelves are labeled to help us find what we are looking for and she expects us to return or store them properly after use. All of us (including my father) appreciate this rule . In this way, everyone can easily find what he is looking for and thus saves time and efforts.



Written by TimoK
507 days ago

Hi!

Yes, that's a great practice! I love labels too :)

Cheers,

Timo



Written by tcamba
507 days ago

Thanks for sharing !



Written by TimoK
509 days ago

Hi!

Thank you :) These are valuable lessons indeed!

Cheers,

Timo



Written by BizRock
509 days ago

If anyone ever just listen their parents, they should have at least 3 or 4 of this habits deep inside them! :)

Thank you for sharing this excellent post about productivity!



Written by TimoK
506 days ago

Yes, I agree!

Cheers,

Timo



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