Productivity: How to use Tea and Coffee to Permanently Establish the Right Attitude, Mindset and Work Ethic

The first thing that comes to mind when I think tea and coffee is–Caffeine, and how widespread this drug is being used in all the wrong ways.

What often happens to coffee and tea drinkers, is they become mentally and habitually  dependent on their morning, afternoon and/or evening beverage of choice.


Herbal Tea does not contain caffeine.

We are discussing caffeinated teas.


What you need to start doing is using caffeine to establish a permanent attitude towards your work and productivity.

Don’t use tea and/or coffee to 

  • Wake up
  • Stay awake
  • Relax

Use tea and/or coffee when you are set up and ready to get working–this means dedicating time to tidying up your work-space.

Your desk on caffeine should be as inviting as a well made bed at the end of a long night of drinking.


What we want to do is condition ourselves to be as productive and efficient as possible while experiencing the effects of our beverage.

An incredible selection of different k-cups to try if you’re looking for a new brand of coffee to enjoy.
Coffee Variety Sampler Pack for Keurig K-Cup Brewers, 40 Count (selection may vary)

We want the mindset that for the next 30 to 60 minutes, we are going to work as focused and motivated as possible.


The end goal is retiring the need for coffee and tea, but this is only done through habit and putting effort toward improving our mentality towards work.

Most dreams go to die within the confines of our own mind.

We tell ourselves we’re tired–that we don’t want to work–that we won’t succeed unless we get that extra push.


The pessimistic attitude will never fail to stop our momentum.

My personal favorite green tea, Matcha, is some of the best you can buy.
Jade Leaf Matcha Green Tea Powder – USDA Organic, Authentic Japanese Origin – Classic Culinary Grade (Smoothies, Lattes, Baking, Recipes) – Antioxidants, Energy [30g Starter Size]

We want decaf to be as influential as caffeinated, because drug dependency is only another weight on our shoulders–an anchor preventing you from achieving the goals you set for yourself.

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