We’ve all struggled with productivity at one point or another. As much as we want to reach our full potential at every time of the day, it just isn’t possible because external (or even internal) circumstances might hinder us.
We also might find ourselves in a slump with no motivation to do anything. Instead, we lie around and distract ourselves with social media or Netflix, or refuse to clean the house or even take a shower.
Getting out of a slump is such a daunting task. Once we get used to lazing around, it’s so hard to get back into a groove of being productive. But with enough determination, we can get ourselves back on track.
So if you’re in a slump and don’t have the energy to do much of anything, start consuming content that will motivate you. These productive YouTubers will help you get out of a rut:
Matt D’Avella is known to explore minimalism, habit-building, and productivity in his YouTube channel. Since he’s a filmmaker as well, his storytelling and cinematography is brilliant. A video of his is like watching a film so turn off your Netflix and switch to a Matt D’Avella productivity video.
Better Ideas mainly focuses on productivity and he has just the video for you to get you out of your slump. If you’re feeling paralyzed from all the stuff you need to do, this video from Better Ideas will help you out.
Nathaniel Drew’s videos are always beautifully shot and he has the insight to go along with it. Self-improvement and language-learning are the topics he explores the most in his channel, and his videos on the former will encourage you to work hard.
Lana Blakely’s videos will make you feel like you’re talking to a friend. She touches up on topics that will help you improve as a person in general. Soothing yet encouraging, Lana’s channel will help you get back on track.
The creator of College Info Geek, Thomas Frank aims to help students and people in general achieve their goals. He lays out useful information in his videos to help you improve.
Getting out of a slump is hard, but we all have to start somewhere. Hopefully, these YouTubers will motivate you to get moving!
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