Updated: May 26
We appreciate your participation in our "How to be Productive while Quarantined" series. We hope you've implemented these tools in your day-to-day activities!
Without further ado, here are the last tips in our series.
Sign-up for free courses: Yes, you read correctly. FREE courses. Ivy league colleges such as Cornell, Dartmouth, and Harvard are offering FREE online courses. These courses are known as MOOCs or Massive Open Online Courses. Make sure you sign up today. Learning something new can lead to a new career.😏
TED Talks: TED Talks are great to watch because they touch on various subject matters. From science to global issues, TED Talks is spreading great ideas through these lesson series.
Reevaluate everything: This year has shown us that nothing is guaranteed or promised to us. Every and anything can change unexpectedly. Now is the time to sit and reevaluate everything. Think about your career, health, and finances. How can you make improvements? How can you add extra value to you? Own a business? Reorganize your business plans. Can your business now operate virtually? Set your vision on a brand new path.
Stimulate your mind: Puzzles, board games, and card games are great ways to boost your memory, concentration, and focus. There are thousands of brain games that you can download to your phone. What's your favorite genre of music? Play it and dance your heart out. Dancing not only boosts your mood, but it also helps with memory when it comes to learning dance moves. Another great way to stimulate your mind is to practice reciting affirmations. Affirmations are motivational statements you say to yourself to keep your thoughts focused on a goal. Dedicate an hour each day to stimulating your brain.
Though we have been requested to stay home for our safety and the safety of others, this is the perfect time for all of us to be productive.
What are some tips that you have to share?