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Productivity is a word you still hear throughout the week, but by now, it probably has little impact on you. What's the need for everyone to be productive and to keep talking about it? I equate productivity to:
- A lack of stress
- The desire to achieve
Your job, errands, goals, thoughts and your family demand most of your time. It's a balancing act between achieving your tasks at work, to accomplishing a life-long goal. Productivity is the discipline you need for every aspect of your life.
If you're managing your work-life and projects, you have time for your family. If you're spending time with your family, you have time for your goals. If you achieve your goals, you've kept your word to yourself. Happiness comes at all stages with this.
What Can I Do For You?
Simply put: give you the time and hours in a day to manage your tasks, projects, family and goals.
Productivity is like the glasses we wear. It serves the purpose of helping us do something, but it isn't a one-size-fits-all solution. Every person has different stages, tasks, projects, errands and goals to work through. You can't escape your tasks for work and personally, so why not do it efficiently? It's only going to make your life easier.
I will work closely with you to understand the areas of your life that require tuning with productivity and I work to tailor a strategy for you, all with the use of technology, and apps in particular. I'm not a believer in the "paper" mechanism.
You will learn how to manage tasks, notes and projects; how to get ideas and tasks out of your head, maintain a clean inbox of information and process the information overload you face on a daily basis. You will get to a stage of being able to achieve all of your work from your computer in the office, or from your mobile device in a coffee shop. You will also learn to maintain the discipline required for time-management and keeping on top of goals.
A goal, task and project are all the same; each has required actions to proceed.