With season 5 of ‘The Voice’ in full swing, our team at Innovatively Organized realized that the show is not only entertaining but also full of productivity lessons! The contestants and their coaches have been working tirelessly to make it to the final 12 announced last week, so how did they make it? Although their talent is undeniable, their drive and productivity is what has separated them from those that have been voted off. Here’s the 3 productivity tips we’ve learned from the contestants on ‘The Voice’:
Practice makes perfect
For everyone that watches the show, we’ve all heard the stories of the practice that each artist put in to have such an amazing voice. The show also highlights some of their practice they put in with their coaches. Those contestants who are serious about their practice time show vast improvements and avoid elimination each week all the way through to the end. This can be applied to everyday life because those who practice and stick to what they’re doing end up finishing, even if there are struggles along the way. No matter how difficult, doing something over and over again will lead to more success with that task in the future.
Commitment makes it easier
The contestants coming in with experience seem to know how to memorize and perform. Even the ones that lack experience but come into the show with commitment go far in the show. Being committed to something builds muscle memory and helps habits stick easier. When you are passionate about something, such as winning ‘The Voice’, there will be a much higher chance you will succeed. Even if you don’t like a task or find the steps to reach a goal are difficult, if you tell yourself that you really want it, you’ll achieve it.
Confidence leads to success
‘The Voice’ contestants are some of the most confident people out there considering they are willing to sing in front of millions of Americans on National television. We can all learn from them on this. Being confident and positive helps you stay committed. If you think a task seems too tedious or a goal too unreachable, you’re setting yourself up for failure. However, if you tell yourself that you are smart or talented enough to complete something, it will seem more realistic and will thus motivate you to finish.
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