Boost Your Happiness at Work: Tips and Insights from My Journey


2022-02-28 0:00



Hello, my friend! Are you ready to embark on a journey to find happiness at work? As someone who loves to create and innovate, I know how daunting it can be to stay motivated and positive amidst the ever-changing landscape of the workplace. But worry not, because I've got some amazing tips and tricks that have helped me on my quest for joy and fulfillment!

Together, let's delve into the wonderful world of happiness at work. I'll share my biggest fears and struggles, but also the things that have made my heart sing with happiness in my career. So buckle up, and let's discover the art of finding true happiness in the workplace!

Me, Myself, and My Brain: A Comedy of Errors

Let me tell you, I used to be obsessed with other people's work. I spent so much time comparing myself to others that I lost sight of my own growth and potential. But I've realized that the only person I should compare myself to is my past self.

Now, I focus on my own journey and use others' work as inspiration rather than a benchmark for my own success. It's amazing how much happier and fulfilled I am since I made this shift in mindset. I've discovered new skills and talents I never knew I had!

And once you've overcome the comparison trap and realized that your work truly matters, a sense of fulfillment will fill your heart. Just remember to focus on your strengths and improve your skills in ways that benefit your own unique journey. Don't be swayed by what others think is best for you. Remember, there are countless paths to success, and yours is uniquely your own. So, keep your head up, stay true to yourself, and let your inner light shine!

Zeroing in on Work: Don't Give a Sh*t About the Rest!

Don't let social media and messaging apps kill your productivity! Every distraction is a setback for your success. So, cut the crap and focus on what matters.

For me, using an app tracking tool like Tmetric has been a game-changer. It's a friendly (but firm) reminder to stay on task and improve my productivity. Plus, it's fun to watch my progress and celebrate my wins!  

So, if you're ready to kick your bad habits to the curb and boost your productivity, give Tmetric a try. It's time to get serious about your success and say goodbye to the sh*t that's holding you back! (Alternatively, I'm considering switching to Tack because it feels more natural to me due to its UI.)


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Gettin' Schooled in Style

Asking "what the hell?" is one of the best feelings in the world for me when I learn something new or discover a new process in my work. For example, when Figma introduced Auto-Layout and Components, I was thrilled to play around with them. As a Windows user, it was tough to watch designers effortlessly create stunning visuals with Sketch while I struggled with Photoshop.

If you're like me and love the thrill of learning new things, make a list of the skills you want to master and focus on them in both the short and long term. Every checkmark on that list is a step forward in your journey of growth and discovery. So go ahead, embrace the journey, and get excited to achieve your learning goals!

Focusing on a few tools and skills can speed up your growth

Have you ever heard the saying "less is more"? It's a concept that rings true in many areas of life, especially when it comes to improving your skills.

Trust me, once you narrow down the tools and skills you want to improve in - just a few of them - you'll see faster growth and progress. It can be tough to resist the urge to try every shiny new thing and compare yourself to your idols, but it's important to remember that what works for them might not work for you.

So, focus on the tools and skills that feel comfortable and natural for you. Check out my stack or about page for some examples of what works for me. And remember, it's okay to say "this is good, but not for me." Your journey of growth is uniquely yours, so own it and make it work for you!

Thanks for tuning in and checking out my tips for boosting focus and achieving growth. Remember, what works for me might not work for you, so it's important to find the tools and skills that suit your unique journey.

And let's not forget the power of family - they can be both helpful and harmful to our progress, so it's crucial to find a balance that works for us. That's why my motto is "Work for passion. Design for users. Live for family." It's an energy that keeps me centered and motivated on my path to success.

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