What Fuels Your Productivity?

As we approach the end of a week (for many of us), it’s time to take it easy over the weekend…get in a little rest and relaxation.

But once the weekend is gone you’re right back at it again. This patterns repeats itself, week in and week out. It’s not necessarily monotonous, it just…well…is.

Clearly, you have to have something that you’re doing all of this for. Is it the knowledge that another weekend is just around the corner that keeps you motivated? Is it that long-awaited beach holiday? Is it the satisfaction of knowing you’re the best at what you do?

What fuels your productivity – and why?

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Mike Vardy an editor on Work Awesome. We could tell you where his personal productivity parody site, Eventualism and all of his other projects reside on the web, but you'd be best served going to Vardy.me and following the trail of virtual bread crumbs from there.


  1. Brad on the 28th May

    Loving what I do and knowing there’s not another job I would love more than working for myself doing exciting design for great clients.

    But music fuels my productivity during the actual work…

  2. Faran on the 28th May

    Motivation is a hard thing to put on paper because it is constantly changing.
    When my credit card bill arrives mid month, i feel like i’m working for the money.
    When a challenging assignment comes across my desk, i’m working for a sense of fulfillment.
    Otherwise, i’m working for a sense of purpose and accomplishment.

  3. Mark on the 1st June

    Most of the time its some upbeat music that gets me going, the always present energy drink keeps me going, knowing that I have to provide for myself, wife and employees and just knowing that I get to wake up every day and do what I love to do on my own terms is great fuel.

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