Picture this: Youre sighing contentedly at the end of each workday, knowing that you completed everything on your to-do list. And knowing that you were at the top of your game in terms of creativity, doing your tasks quickly and effectively. As you leave work (or log off if youre still working from home), do you catch yourself whistling?But what about the flipsideyou end the day fatigued and slumped behind your work station, packed with unfinished projects?, You may not want to, but youre the star of that unproductivity show. But, dont despair. There is a way to change how your typical workday goes, if you don't like your present performance.Most of us aren't as productive as we'd want to be for two reasons: we have terrible habits that hinder our productivity at work, and we're reactive rather than proactive, putting out fires rather than making progress toward our objectives.The remedy is straightforward, though not necessarily simple. We may replace our negative habits and reactive patterns with proactive habits that allow us to control our own workdays. Follow these suggestions, as shared by Ms Bhavya Arora, an internationally-certified psychotherapist, practising in New Delhi, for increasing productivity at work, whether youre working from home or office, to become your best, most productive self. Quick wins first: Smaller tasks that tend to take less time but can help you tick off quite a bit on your task list, can help kicking your dopamine levels to give you a mood and productivity boost!