How To Be Productive

People are interested in success. But one of the hallmarks of success, we all know, is productivity. Productivity is essentially
nothing more than our effectiveness at making, causing, providing or creating something. Now there are definite things
that increase our productivity and definite things that
decrease our productivity. Today, I’m gonna share with you my top secrets for productivity. How To Be Productive 1. Intrinsic motivation. When your motivation comes about specifically because the
doing of something you find naturally satisfying in and of itself, You don’t really need
motivation to do something. You will in fact, not even
have to try to be productive. Here’s an example: Let’s say you put a monkey
in a cage with a puzzle. You don’t really have to do anything to get the monkey to begin
playing with the puzzle, because they find playing with
the puzzle naturally satisfying. Let’s say that I was to
introduce a reward; And say that now I’m going
to feed the monkey for doing this puzzle. That’s an extrinsic reward. Now, this monkey is motivated not by the pleasure of
doing the puzzle itself, this monkey is now motivated by the treat. Extrinsic motivation is a recipe for productivity disaster. It’s one of the reasons why in work environments where the main motivation for
people’s work is the paycheck, productivity is “not what it can be”. ~ Laughter ~ You will not have the wave
of energy within you to accomplish a task, if you have no intrinsic motivation. Instead, it will feel like it takes the
forced effort of drudgery to do it. Intrinsic motivation is why a
scientist can spec year in a lab until they emerge with a theory. Intrinsic motivation is why an athlete can dedicate their entire existence
to a ten second race. This is one of the reasons why even though some people work better in a structure type of a situation, a lot of people actually
don’t work as well when their day or their
activities are structured. They don’t follow a set routine. Instead, it’s an intuitive
felt based and organic interaction with their
day as the day occurs. These people organize their day according to inspiration. Where there is inspiration, you can ride the wave of that inspiration and take inspired action steps. If you do what inspires you, even a task that’s difficult to do takes no forced effort to do. And it takes much less
time to do it as well. If you really don’t have
intrinsic motivation, or natural inspiration to do something, I think it’s about time to question why you’re dedicating so much
of your time and your energy and your resources, to something
you don’t find naturally satisfying. In other words, it’s time
to reevaluate your life. 2. If you aren’t automatically
intrinsically motivated towards something, but you’re still completely committed to dedicating your time and
energy and resources to it, I’m gonna give you a tiny bit of a hack. What you’re gonna do is you’re
gonna find something that does intrinsically motivate you within the thing that doesn’t
motivate you at all. For example, Imagine that somebody is totally
unmotivated to help others, but this person loves problem solving. If someone in their life has a problem, they can set the intention of honing
their skill of problem solving in general, and suddenly they will
feel motivated to do it. To understand more about
this watch my video titled: Priceless Motivation Tip
(Find the Self Serving Motive) 3. Act on inspiration immediately. This is one of the biggest
mistakes that people make. They think that when they come up
with something that inspires them, They have time to act on it. You actually don’t. When it comes to this inspiration
that rises within you that we could consider the
forerunner for intrinsic motivation, it functions a lot like surfing. Those of you who have ever surfed or have seen somebody surf know that there is a very limited amount
of time you have to get on that wave. This means act immediately. Don’t say:
“Oh I’m gonna do that in an hour”, “I’m gonna do that tomorrow” or “I’ll do it someday”. You wanna take action the
second that something happens. I’m talking seconds to
minutes is all you’ve got to take your first action step. 4. You wanna deal with resistance the second that it arises. Now this is the opposite of what
most people in the world do. And it sure as hell is the opposite
of what people in businesses do. In fact, the attitude is the opposite. That success or productivity is somehow accomplished by
bulldozing resistance when it occurs. To understand resistance fully, I want you to imagine a lake. In this lake there’s a boat. This boat has six oremen in it. Each of whom have a paddle. Some of these oremen are
paddling in one direction, some of them are paddling
in the opposite direction. These oremen are in
resistance to each other. Because resistance is nothing
more than opposition. It is any oppositional force. We can meet with opposition
form the outside, and we can meet with
opposition from the inside. How obvious is it, that when resistance is involved, like that lake scenario, the likelihood of us getting
to where we wanna go is a lot lower. And even if we do get there, how much time is it gonna
take us comparatively, if we don’t get all of these people going in one direction at one time? The rule of thumb for success is this: If resistance occurs, you stop what you are doing you deal directly with the resistance and create a resolution so that there is no longer
that force of opposition, before you do anything else. No action should be taken
from a place of resistance. When it comes to productivity, this is a particular problem when
we have competitive commitments competitive interests, competitive
desires or competitive goals. To understand this in depth,
watch my videos titled: Urgent! Deal With Your Resistance
Before You Do Anything Else and, Bulldozing ( The way To Ruin
Your Relationship With Yourself) For those of you who are
kind of struggling with this, especially on a business level,
I’m gonna give you an analogy; Dealing with your resistance
before taking an action step, is like pulling up an anchor on your sailboat. As opposed to, simply adding more sails, to hope that they’re gonna compensate for the drag of your anchor. 5. Do what you’re excellent at. This may come as kind of
a strange little tip for you, but here’s the thing, if you do what is
natural and intrinsically second nature to you, that thing that you’re
naturally talented at, it’s gonna take a hell of
a lot less effort to do. Besides, you can’t actually
be excellent at something, if it isn’t in align with your
life purpose in general. Which means that you’re not posing
resistance to the universe at large. Your area of excellence will be
something you take for granted. And I must mention here, that a company or system can only be genuinely productive when people are placed directly
in their positions of excellence. 6. Don’t think in terms of hours, think in terms of results. This is one of the biggest differences between people who are genuinely
successful and productive, and people who are not. You want to think of
the completion of a task and the quality of what is produced. Super successful people see what they produce as
a reflection on themselves. They take responsibility for
that which they produce. This means it’s in their hands whether they dedicate
two hours to something or three full days to something. It’s about what they produce,
not the time it took to produce it. People who are not truly successful have an “earning” type of mentality, where value is placed on their time, instead of on their results. 7. Every day you have to acess
what needs to be done according to the actual priorities of what’s going to be the most effective. It is absolutely critical that you appropriately prioritize, before throwing your
energy into something. People become much less productive because they become totally scattered. They’ve got a list of to do items and they cannot figure out what would be the most effective to through their energy into, and when. Your energy should pour into whatever is the highest priority at any given time. But here I’m gonna through a little
wrench in your sock and say: This may be a little counterintuitive. For example, let’s say that
you’re absolutely exhausted and you’re on the floor. You may have a whole
list of “to do” items of really high priority things, However, if you prioritize
getting a massage, that massage may be the very thing which enables you to focus on
those high priority things which makes that massage
the highest priority. Don’t forget to factor into
this prioritization rule to do those tasks which
are the most challenging when you have the most energy to do them. For most people, this is gonna
be first thing in the morning. Make lists and check them off
the minute that they’re completed. This may seem like a trite
type of a suggestion in fact you’ve probably
seen it in a lot of your ~ Sigh ~ Educational suggestions around success, but the reason that this is actually here is because it actually works, you guys. Try not to overwhelm yourself
with a very large list, but here’s the thing, we all
know that’s not gonna happen. So this is what you’re gonna do: You’re gonna write down everything
you have to do on this “to do” list. You’re gonna end up with an enormous list and you’re gonna tell yourself that the reason you have this list is so you don’t have to have any
of it sitting around in your mind. You don’t have to keep track of any of it. Then, you’re gonna break this giant list into smaller to do lists every day. Often you will not be able to plot out the entire process of something
being brought to fruition Because many of the steps,
you can’t even see yet. So it’s Okay. Plan to add to this to do list and to reassess priorities daily. It’s Okay if the process looks
like finishing the first step, then seeing what the second step even is. then taking that second step, then seeing what that third step even is. If this is the case, just keep on putting one
foot in front of the other until the idea is brought to life. 9. Focus on the first item of priority, and continue to focus on it all the way through to completion. The only exception to this rule should be of something that is
truly a higher priority comes up. Now we all know that obviously, if it’s super high priority to be doing
something on your computer and all of a sudden,
there’s a house fire, the automatic priority switches
to getting out of the house. And in a company this happens. But, when this isn’t happening you need to focus, and focus through to completion. Truly successful people focus on the completion of a task. When it comes to productivity, it is better if open ended items bother you. Because the likelihood of
you becoming scattered will be lower if you don’t
have a high tolerance for open ended items. You’re also gonna have to be really honest about your capacity or
lack thereof to multitask and let’s say that you are one of
these people who actually is, and actually good at multitasking, you still have to ask
yourself the question: Is multitasking the best
way of getting this done? Or is the very best thing to focus entirely all of my energy focus and anything else that I have, into this one thing to a state of completion. Also, I cannot tell you how much more productive
it will make you, because of how much more of
an energy boost you will get, to be able to actually cross
something off of your list and never have to think of it again. 10. Become aware of
where your energy is going. So much of the time people
who struggle with productivity think their energy is going toward things they aren’t actually focusing on. One of the most eye
opening things you can do is to pick two or three days and during those two or three days you’re gonna keep track of
every minute of your day. What you are doing, and therefore what your energy
is actually going towards. You’re gonna keep a journal and write down what you’re
doing and for how long. Every time you change focus or
do something else, write it down. For example, 8:00 – 8:20
getting ready in the bathroom. 8:20 – 8:45 Eating breakfast. 8:45 – 9:15 Driving to work and
listening to self esteem podcast. 9:15 – 9:20 Walking from
parking garage to desk. 9:20 – 11:00 In a marketing meeting. 11:00 – 11:20 Arguing with
girlfriend over the phone. You get the point. You’re gonna do this for the entire day and when this exercise is done, you’re gonna look back at it. You’re gonna actually add up the
hours of the time you’re dedicating towards different things in your life. And then you’re going to
ask yourself the question: How do I feel about this? ~ Laughter ~ Is my actual time and energy and focus going to the things I want it to go to? Or am I really lying to myself? Is it really a wonder why
I’m not productive anymore? Don’t be surprised about this: Most people who do this exercise find out just how much
time they are dedicating to thinking about doing something, versus actually doing it. 11. Be aware of when the
time comes to delegate. And when that time comes, delegate. ~ Laughter ~ Productivity slows down so much when one person has too many things to do. Basically there cannot be
too much on one person’s plate. That person includes you. The day will come where the
only way to remain productive or become more productive is to get help or hire people and productivity is
exponentially increased when those people you delegate tasks to are even better at doing
those tasks than you are. 12. Declutter. One thing a lot of people don’t realize relative to their productivity, is how much progress, when it comes to creation, is impeded by clutter. Now clutter can be tangible, and intangible. The environment you work in
impacts your energy and effectiveness. This means through away
or store old papers. Clean your workspace. Delete things from your
computer you no longer need. Or put them all in one place
and store it all externally. Create the space for clarity. Be in control of your canvas. One of the most important
aspects of this “decluttering” is to make sure not to
clutter it in the first place and this is the big problem people have. Let’s say that you wanna write a book; Now, instead of sitting down
and really starting on that book, you decide to check your email. That’s opening yourself for clutter. It means that before you
get down to the focus of that thing you actually wanna
create productivity with, you’re gonna get inundated by other people’s ideas, by things they want from you, by the need to respond. It’s gonna deplete your energy before you even sit down to do the task. It would have been
a hell of a lot better to not clutter your life with
those intangible things. And to instead, pour your energy into that thing you really want to pour your energy into. Looking at the news may create
a clutter of new worries. Cluttering your mornings with small tasks before you get down to your main task, depletes and scatters your energy. The rule is simplify, simplify, simplify. It is critical to remove both tangible and intangible distractions. 13. (This one ties in with our previous
item on the list about resistance) Whenever you feel a low
in your productivity do not be afraid to stop, step back, and reevaluate. Success owes itself to people
who can switch horses midstream. It is highly unproductive to continue to poor your
energy into something that just isn’t feeling right or just isn’t working. In fact, when you feel that way that’s a serious alarm bell that you need to step back
and take a way more objective look at this and reevaluate that you can
through your energy back into it or decide not to, in a different way. You need to be able to change course. 14. Set up systems. Systems are nothing more than repeatable processes. And processes that are repeatable
that are entirely in your control. For example, A goal might be: I wanna be in a romantic relationship. This isn’t a system, this is a goal. A system would be: On monday I’m going to single’s night, on tuesday I’m gonna go to the dog park and I’m going to initiate talking
with three new people. Productivity goes through the roof when people focus on systems. This is the step where
automation of repetitive tasks and creating habits that you can stick to comes into play. In a company, setting
up systems is critical. It is the only way that
success can be replicated and new people can be
hired into the company without having to reinvent
the wheel every single time. 15. The struggle is part of the process. It does not matter how much intrinsic motivation you have or inspiration you have, when it comes to wanting
to produce something, there is going to be inevitably, a time where you feel like: “This isn’t working”. When you run into one of these days where it feels like nothing
you’re doing is in alignment, I need you to realize
that this is very different than having no intrinsic motivation towards something in the first place. It’s just, everyone has bad days, on the road to creating something. Embrace this struggle, use it to reevaluate instead of immediately thinking
that the struggle means it’s time to doubt the whole
damn thing in its entirety. Sometimes we need to stop
fighting and take a rest. And ironically when we do this, often times we release our resistance to the struggle, just enough, that a
solution naturally arises. Expecting that if something is meant to be that it will just be easy or run smoothly or always feel good, is one thing, And that’s: Not being in reality. It does not go that way for anyone. Many people feel blindsighted by struggle, by setbacks and by failures, and when they encounter these things they just, give up. Success is really about realizing this is par for the course. It’s about streamlining your
energy and your focus and riding those waves of inspiration and intrinsic motivation so that you can focus
that streamlined energy all the way through to the completion of whatever it is you’re
trying to produce. Have a good week.

100 comments on “How To Be Productive”

  1. Daniel Milaschewski says:


  2. Journey of Awakening says:

    I love you Teal

  3. Elle S says:


  4. Nicki Daisy Reddwoodd says:

    Really important imperatives.

  5. krittaazapata says:

    house fire hahahaha! I absolutelylove your humor teal!!!!

  6. Patty LeVasseur says:

    truer words could have been spoken better teal your right on it !!!!!

  7. passerby says:

    Yours……"No action should be taken from a place of resistence"???????????
    Come on…If there was no resistence, all we would be left with is a totalitarian state of social control, in the outside world and in our inner worlds, and that begs the question of who or what would then be motivating who or what.
    Evaluation, or re-evaluation, requires that you firstly understand what you value, your own natural intrinsic values, not those you have adopted and which cause you to salivate when the bell rings like Pavlovs dog. If you must measure your success, then you need to evaluate what you are immediately capable of in a given situation and in the circumstance that surround you, and this evaluation of your values is often confused by sentimental attachements to culturally imposed ideas of social worth.

    Values are emotional, emotive, and if you do not resist the totalitarian authority that rings your bell to tell you to salivate, and try to understand your own habitual reaction to its ringing, then you will not find your own authority, the freedom of choice that allows you to do what feels right to you, and/or when to stop doing it as the situations that you are in and the circumstances that surround you change.
    Who or what is resisting the resistence is a valid question, but it can only be answered honestly when and if you value the freedom that comes with the resistence of your own ever developing soul to any authority other than its own. What feels right isn't always what you have learnt is right, and just like that ringing bell, what feels wrong can be bloody annoying as you learn to resist the impule to salivate and anticipate a socialy authorised form of spiritual nourishment that does not nurture your soul.
    Over excited spirits are kin to depressed spirits, inasmuch as they have learnt to respond to the ringing bells of an authoritarian social authority for their rewards, and the only so-called secret of spiritual freedom is that it is found within the natural inhibitions that describe the values and limitations of developing souls.

  8. stacey del bucchia says:

    Thank you Teal…I luv the color of your room…awesome💚💙🧚

  9. switchjim says:

    it is subjective, but 1,000 views per hour seems to me to be an example of How To Be Productive
    16,233 views•Premiered 15 hours ago

  10. Speed Demon6669 says:

    You look sooo gorgeous.
    You remind me of Tarja. the vocalist from the band nightwish. 😍😍😍😍

  11. khwecimvl says:

    I'd like to meet you one day just to tell you that you're so beautiful 🌹

  12. Anna Toropova says:

    sooo good, as always! and love the Zoolander "it's IN the computer" reference)))

  13. bliss22:22 says:

    If anyone wants an app for no. 10 ( keeping track of every minute of your day – 11:31 ) try Goalist. It's perfect as you have to account for every minute of your day as you plan. As in all 24 hours.
    I've used it for the exact reason that I wanted to know where my time was going.. but be careful, you might get obsessed/addicted to constantly keeping track of every minute lol..

  14. EarthAir Healing says:

    Take home message for me is: No action should be taken from a place of resistance. She’s brilliant. And cool.

  15. Dixit says:

    Hey teal, today I saw your video on Akashik records… Awesome like anything.. I am much into this phsyci things.. Knowing universal secret and experiencing it.. I liked your conviction while talking.. Please accept my gratitude ..

  16. lavkmr1 says:

    You don't have to.just show your face and that will be all

  17. O'SSÉIN - Master Your Mind With Me says:

    Productivity is heightened through alignment of your work with deeper meaningfulness

  18. Paloma Poveda says:

    thanks!!!! you are soooo smart

  19. GK 120 says:

    "Top Secrets" 🙂 Guru love you

  20. Fern Frond says:

    love the analogy of catching the wave of inspiration like a child jumping up to find the first rung of the monkey bar and ladder, being swept up into a moving momentum.. receptive, open, creative source space juices, dynamo running for "catching" the next "bar and rung for another pulse of inspiration"… Meanwhile too There are some motivational inspiring projects, on the back burner that can look like " procrastination"…yet all the while gaining more n'more information- inspiration for it's final "production" ie for all the pieces of the puzzle to fall into place before snapping them alltogether…You know for that "whole balanced picture" befitting and bespoke for the moment and circumstances and "delivered" in what feels like "Divine Order". Thank you for sharing and igniting and inspiring us to play catch with another transformational gem of wisdom! Once again It's simply magic!

  21. Mau Jaxa says:

    OMG, how can I pin this to my desktop?? I need this as a constant reference! This is so what I need right now! Thank you for this video!

  22. LoveAndPeaceOccurs says:

    Thank You, Teal for freely sharing such useful wisdom … Love & Peace & Productivity to All

  23. Jamie Aponte Salva says:

    Beautifull ! Thank you very much! Your videos help me a lot! Blessed Be! 🙋🏼‍♀️🌹🙌🏻😘💚💚💚💚💚

  24. Michael Brookins says:

    Thank you Beautiful I needed that!!

  25. Ryan Chiller says:

    Thank you <3

  26. Derek Fuller says:

    I like all of these.

  27. Sarah Wilks says:

    I love how this is so practical and unlike other strategies that are usually suggested around this topic.
    A refreshing alternative, able to be followed by traditional non-conformists.

  28. John Mack says:

    Productivity. I spent many years in a deep suicidal depression and with my intrinsic motivation to have intrinsic value I found painting 🖼 ceramics and puter, wood and metal figurines, one inch tall up to three feet tall I painted thousands of figurines searching for intrinsic value, helping prevent the suicidal impulses. Search for intrinsic growth to counter depression as a spiritual counter to hatred and self pity.

  29. John Mack says:

    Resistance is futile…🤪

  30. John Mack says:

    I threw up because of motion sickness 🤮 while on a sailboat ⛵️ trip as a kid 🧒

  31. John Mack says:

    I am successful at being unsuccessful…🥴

  32. John Mack says:

    Get the hard work done first and the rest of the day is easier and more successful. I am definitely an early bird who likes to work early and finish relatively early in the day.

  33. John Mack says:

    Successful people finish their tasks? What if getting a smile from Teal is the task? That could take months…😩

  34. John Mack says:

    Oh my god. She said number 11 and I didn’t realize she was doing a list…🥺

  35. John Mack says:

    Writing ✍️ a book takes months while an EMail takes ten minutes and is actually fun.

  36. Irshad says:

    U r so damn great!!!

  37. SOJUjedi says:

    I knew I've seen you somewhere:

  38. AngelSeer says:

    Wow! I so so love this! Another eye opening message! <3 🙂 ^_^ I love that you say we immediately face the source of resistance, because that is one of the things I notice when I feel unmotivated to do something that is sort of "inspired". 😀 <3 "Don't think of hours, think in results" That also hits me OMG! Focusing as well on our position of excellence is one of the greatest motivators! 😀 Much blessings to you always! <3

    PS: I always find your overall aesthetic highly alluring and hypnotizing, almost like you're staring directly into our souls through the computer screen! XD 😀 Adding up to that is your gorgeousness! <3

  39. Tim Overdier says:

    Thank you Teal, You redefine extraordinary… I feel… so much gratitude for what you have endured, and what you are generously giving to humanity and "civilization."!! (250 some comments out of 330 some population of the US.) The pebble in the pond… beyond words. Rejoice.

  40. AGAMEMNONtheSAGE says:

  41. James Tanner says:

    The world is a much better place with Teal Swan in it.

  42. lovely me says:

    Helllloo Teal, thanks for another helpful video. I am a big fan, would love to meet you some day!

  43. Vibrant Vow says:

    what if you are so stuck you don't have a to do list. haha…. MEDITATION !?!

  44. VESLEY says:

    thank god you exist in this fckin youtube… love you <3

  45. dank genetics says:

    Put a hot chick like you in front of me and I will get up no probs don't you worry bout that luv

  46. Miška Rapavá says:

    I feel that I know what I want to do… I really love it, I am so happy to do it… but I always get stuck in thought patterns like "you should do something more important. This is enjoyable so its your reward, not your work…" Any ideas how I could resolve this belief? 🙁

  47. fцику мцику says:

    We've all got to feed the monkey.

  48. fцику мцику says:

    We've all got to feed the monkey.

    Personally, I spank it.

  49. fцику мцику says:

    Easy peasy, nipple squeezy.

  50. Joris Vander Cammen says:

    Perfect timing, once again!
    After a weak of procrastinating my priority tasks, this video is released by Teal!

    I believe I will get that massage and start working on my to do list and don't seek any more diversion but feel what the resistance actually is.

    Many thanks, a very high level of quality, like always.

    Namaste 🙏

  51. L.V says:

    Good tips to incorporate into ADHD management 😭 SO HELPFUL

  52. gian cabuenos says:

    I was aware of you long ago but only now am in a position to learn something. Haven't seen the video yet. I see the title and am just looking at the date. I'm actually so happy to know you're active in these times with your channel.

  53. Soul Whisper says:

    Great video! Very helpful, thank you!

  54. Joshua Adam Stith AKA YouTube Librarian says:

    How to learn languages from YouTube: Watch one of my playlists.

  55. CareBear0010110 says:

    I Loved the simple, but deep message in the movie…'Field of Dreams'…If you build it, they will come…just needed to get some New Management in the 'Matrix'… Oh, and about everybody getting on the same page…sometimes, there are different 'Books' needed to get the 'Foundation' on the 'House' fixed… Oh, and Magenta Pixie's latest 13 part series can be quite enlightening as to the current moment…. It is about the Planet right now and a more Shaministic (Hermit+Peacemaker) focus would be helpful…Big Unconditional Love and Soul Songs for the moment…

  56. Jazz Graham says:

    Watching this video, avoiding my finals

  57. Kristyana says:

    Teal, I need you to make another money video please. I need some insight on how to look at money from a spiritual perspective but also explained in a tangible way (which you always do) how to implement that in my life. I have such confusion around it (I know most likely childhood trauma) but how do I get myself out of this confusion. Anyone else?

  58. Sheila Fitzgerald says:

    Who else can’t wait for her 2020 video

  59. Lui Avi says:

    I’ve learn most of this information from various channels each of them providing similar but different skill & you Teal packaged everything in one 🎁 video + bonuses. I appreciate your time for providing value in my life & others consistently on every video in any topic you create. Your the woman! 🥰

  60. Heather Taylor says:

    Interesting how many people don't see relationships as part of productivity and creation. You are correct when you state failures and struggles teach you where you need to put your energy if you want it to be successful and "productive". To produce your desires, it requires the same attention.

  61. Charles Lamson says:


  62. Sasu Attiogbe Redlich says:

    But I was motivated . I made 63 original songs in a span of 3 months . Now I am not anymore . T.T . Should I just change, to make music when I'm inspired only ? Maybe I should go out more

  63. Nicolas 1000 points of Light says:

    Teal I will find a way to win you over!! Early 30s? I want you to have babies !!

  64. Nicolas 1000 points of Light says:

    I ❤ Teal Swan; if she marries me she will be set for life!!

  65. elie rizkallah says:

    hello teal
    i was going to start working on a new project that's new for me, so i saw this video and i stopped by to watch u before starting, then i rolled a joint and i'm smoking it, i think it helps me to be more creative but it makes me slow and hesitant at the same time,
    and i do this every day, i watch you or Ralph Smart
    is it ok to keep doing this? ( i mean smoking daily)
    bcz i heard smoking hash causes schizophrenia! is it real?
    thank you <3

  66. goodoldmusic says:

    "por ejemplo" lol spanish titbits

  67. Don JonBovi says:

    Nice tattoos. Or not.

  68. Aparna Chakraborty says:

    Great video! Thank you hun. #aparnachakraborty

  69. Truth Kindness says:

    tells people to deal with resistance

    does not tell people how to do that

  70. Mario Brala says:

    what is the right frequency for the best productivity ?

  71. Elena Sibs says:

    You're cute. Thanks Teal 🙂

  72. RawKVIBRATIONS says:

    🙏🏼🦋❤️🦋 TY 🌟🤗🌟🙏🏼

  73. TheAncientAndreios says:

    This is exactly what I need right now. Thank you.

  74. Neo Incognito says:

    Dark haired queen

  75. Hasan Thomas says:

    I'll be watching this a minimal of 3times

  76. Hasan Thomas says:

    12:00 smh my day really used to be like that. I wonder what my future holds

  77. Fabian Kaufmann says:

    How do I make friends? I have problems showing my true self. I keep people at a distance. But I don't want that really, I would like to connect. A new colleague at work was so nice to me begun to open her heart a little. But I could not. Now it seems closed and instead of warmth, cold towards me. And both just wanted a little bit of connection. She has a boyfriend I'm even married and have a child. Which made me think. My wife is strong and digs but even she suffers from time to time. I have even pain to say open to my daughther, that I love her. I show it in other ways. I can not break out of my own prison. Even my own heart suffers. It feels strangled by my self. I wake up and have to fight to breathe because my self hate wants to kill myself. What is it or what can I do?

  78. primrose foster says:

    Hey can you do a video on narcisstic abuse and Comorbid disorders for example anxiety, low self esteem, depression and isolation/loneliness as your parent lacks empathy and thus you are devoid of genuine connection and because she shows perfect image to outside world due to her grandiosity. How to cope and minimise the abuse.

  79. KOF2982 says:

    +965 99865327 <—————- 11 September phone number attacks

  80. r2dcore says:

    Why the heck are Teals team cutting her giggles??? And she laughed like 8 times or so… Do not they know how unique it makes Teals videos?

    BTW Awesome video. She's really good with motivating effectively.

  81. Jordan says:

    Just do it

  82. Soul Journey says:

    BOOM! Teal does it again! Thank you for the clarity!!

  83. THOUGHT TANK says:

    I spent the WHOLE day doing my hair. Woke up at 4am, watched utube till 6:30, breakfast at 7 did somr journaling, then started at 8and finished around 12am, taking 1hr breaks evry 3-4hrs or so. It was like my most productive day. 🤔 Probably because it was a single task? 🤷 Dunno.

  84. THOUGHT TANK says:

    Literally all the stuff in the vedio id stuff i was thinking of this mornung, tryna figure out my systems etc. The struggle been real.

  85. Beans says:

    Hi Teal, I have been thinking to myself recently with all of the stuff going on with Epstein and also Nicole Kidman's father, your story isn't so unbelievable anymore. The child hunting stuff was like "I have heard this before". I always believed you even though I thought it was awful. I think people don't want to believe these terrible things are happening in the world, it destroys a sense of innocence I guess. I knew this was happening because it happened to the likes of a small child in Utah amongst religious/cultist power, it has happened amongst media power. 100 years ago religious groups held the power and influence over people, today it is Hollywood and the media. Where there is great power, there is even greater abuse. I think we need to wise up to that as a species as if we live in selfish denial we might as well be joining in because we sure aren't stopping it by putting our heads in the sand.

  86. LSD God Made Weed DMT Kundalini Chakras TreeHugger says:

    Trash teal swan sucks

  87. xcotty says:

    17:40 my favorite part. Also the quality of the cam is on point! Go Teal!

  88. HaileyMorganful says:

    I definitely recommend watching the whole video but I know how helpful a sum-up can be so here it is:
    1. Intrinsic motivation (natural inspiration)
    2. If you aren’t intrinsically motivated but still committed to putting in your time and energy and resources to it, find something that does intrinsically motivate you within the thing that doesn’t motivate you at all.
    3. Act on inspiration IMMEDIATELY.
    4. Deal with resistance the second it arises (don’t bulldoze it).
    5. Do what you’re excellent at.
    6. Don’t think in terms of hours. Think in terms of results.
    7. Everyday you have to assess what needs to be done according to the actual priorities of what’s going to be the most effective. Make lists and check things off.
    8. Make lists and check things off the minute they are completed. Make big lists into smaller lists.
    9. Focus on the first item of priority and focus on it all the way through to completion.
    10. Become aware of where your energy is going.
    11. Be aware of when the time comes to delegate, and when that time comes, delegate.
    12. Declutter & simplify.
    13. Whenever you feel a lull in your productivity, do not be afraid to stop, step back, and re-evaluate.
    14. Set up systems.
    15. The struggle is part of the process.

  89. WisdomSeeker says:

    I have a lot of resistance

  90. hellokitgurl4life says:

    Very original and useful video—Many thanks Teal! I especially love that you mention that clutter can be both tangible and intangible ❤️❤️❤️

  91. yair 2 lavy says:

    you are great i love you

  92. Brien Thomas says:

    Spiritual Wonder Woman!🦋

  93. Shirley Cirio says:

    SO glad you are feeling better! :))

  94. Emmy Ember says:

    Thank you Teal! That was exactly what i needed to hear. Especially the part about having a bad day and doubting the whole thing, you really nailed it!

  95. Piotr Falat says:

    Thank you.

  96. Coyote says:

    does Teal have access to what the next *potential way of life will be? i have a hard time believing that god's plan was for humans to keep living in a consumer-production economy where our value as human beings is basically determined by how much revenue we generate for the market.. and its destroying the environment too. would love a video or comment on that

  97. BMore says:

    What a load of 🐎💩. Teal, you are an ugly person inside and out.

  98. The Divine Goddess says:

    Can you add Korean subtitle? ❤️ I want to share it with my friends.

  99. Gehn Saavedro says:

    Productivity is for robots. Sovereign beings delegate pshaaaw ;D

  100. Chris says:

    Teal I'm sorry about what I said all along basically. I went hypervigilant – was stuck in the hemisphere of conscious thought i.e. the closed side. Wow that's interesting and now I see the light coming through into my eyes whereas before it was only darkness while in thought. I think maybe my imagination took over as a substitute for expressing my emotions IRL. That's very interesting IMO. It's difficult to accept for me because I'm so used to living in fear and it's hard to be ok with things I don't understand but I'm slowly letting go and finding that I can feel happiness. Also my conscious thoughts believe in my complete lack of freewill so it does agree that fighting is pointless but it's very use to operating by itself without the wisdom of my subconscious I think and I think this is when it lashes out. This is changing though because the more I'm open, the more it doesn't do that anymore. I'm sorry for the all s**t I've said. It's interesting too me about why this happened and I think maybe I became closed in order to survive and that it's a self defense mechanism. Emotionally my environment growing up was extremely hostile too me. I think maybe that's why my conscious thought hemisphere freaks out about your ability to be closed so well in order to defend yourself… because it likes to read people and it couldn't. That's why your sad video about being all alone couldn't mean much and I wouldn't let it because I couldn't sense the source for the tones in your voice. That's self defence for both of us and I see that now. Thanks Teal.

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