Feeling good

It’s been a weird week. I’ve moved from hotel to hotel and always doing something. I can’t quantify my productivity in these days, but I do know when and how I’ve accomplished my productivity’s peak. And to achieve it doesn’t require a lot of effort of time.
As a traveler you become more open-minded and start to talk to everybody. You learn how to take it easy. There’s no reason to rush. You just stop and start looking to the small details out there. The ones you usually miss.
A couple of days ago I was having breakfast with a friend, enjoying the nice weather and food in Chiang Mai. Then, an old couple started to talk to us in Spanish. And yes, when someone talks to you in your own language it feels really good. We interchanged some smiles and had a great talk. After that, my mood for the day changed. I felt great.
That day, I only worked around 2 to 3 hours, but I can tell you that my productivity was fantastic. I accomplished what it usually takes me 4 or 5 hours, in the half of the time.
Sooner or later you’ll discover that feeling busy is a trap. Nobody cares how many hours you work. The market will judge you for your results.
It’s not about cutting your sleep’s time¬†or work more hours. Productivity’s hacks are out there, waiting for you to pick them. The only requirement is being the best version of yourself.