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Since it can be hard to be productive on bad day( feeling down, demotivated etc)
On those days i adopt “non zero day policy".
A zero day is when you don’t do the tasks you’ve set. (Therefore, unproductive day).
A “non zero day policy” is when you do your tasks even if the amount is small. Point here is to at least do the task. For example,
On a normal day, someone set his goal to exercise 30 minutes.
On bad day, even if he doesn’t want he decides to do 15 minutes exercise. (Therefore making it non zero day)
I consider “non zero day” to be productive day. Since he is still making progress/doing the task, never stopping.
It has 2 benefit:
Your progress does not stop. It may have slowed down. But you are progressing. Progress builds up and makes achievement.
protect yourself from unproductivity. This technique ensures unproductivity has no way to make an entrance in your life even when you are vulnerable.