Here’s How To Boost Productivity and End Procrastination, Forever

“Dream no small dreams for they stir not the hearts of men.” –Johann Wolfgang von Goethe.

Chase Arbeiter
3 min readNov 25, 2020


Productivity is in the eye of the beholder.

When I think of productivity, I think about whether or not I’m moving my goals forward and taking care of the things in my life that is most important.

By that definition, you must have a goal or dream or vision that you are pursuing: something or someone you want to be in the future.

If you are searching for ways to be productive and not procrastinate on what you want to accomplish or who you want to be in the future, maybe the answer is incomplete.

Do you know what you want to achieve and why you want to achieve it?

Are you crystal clear on the meaning and purpose behind your goals, actions, and pursuits?

Do these things excite you and scare you a bit, as well?

Until you can answer these questions with simplicity and clarity, maybe you’re setting yourself up for failure from the beginning.

The chances are that if you are continually grasping for motivation or inspiration to avoid low productivity and procrastination, then you may not be in pursuit of your true desires or intentions — which is leaving you less than excited about your potential and future. While almost all life goals, in which we strive to become better and something more than we are today, will be difficult and come with challenges — it shouldn’t paralyze us into procrastination.

Our big goals and dreams in life should move us in a way that pulls us forward. It should, or at least the actions, be simple. The internal drive it puts inside us should be quite inspirational, from an organic sense.

In my life, I know that chasing goals I wasn’t genuinely committed to or didn’t find a tremendous amount of connection to was a waste of time. Sure, I went along and competed towards that goal, but it was more complicated than natural. Finding a naturalness to your pursuits should be what you seek.

When you seek out pursuits that are true to you, no matter the difficulty, I don’t think you…



Chase Arbeiter

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