The focus on timing over time management is great progress in crafting a more constructive conversation around productivity. But time isn’t the whole story.
Creating space for your best work isn’t only about creating physical space and blocking time; it’s also about clearing mental and emotional space.
Outcomes and process the cornerstones of productivity: what you produce (or deliver) and how you produce (or deliver) it. Most of us get stuck in one or the other; sometimes in both. Yesterday I shared several ways we get stuck with process. Today I’m addressing outcomes.
Conditioning new behavior and breaking habits is never easy, and when done in public they often trigger the very perfectionism I’m trying to break. What’s helping me embrace published ovdr perfect.
Lots of experts are eager to sell you their productivity systems, backed by bold claims about how great it is. And perhaps you have followed their advice or invested in their systems only to find that they weren’t so great, for you. Here’s why.
Energy, not time, is the currency of productivity. And we all have low-energy days. Here are some tips for how to maximize your low-energy days to stay productive.