The Productivity Project brought me to reflect on my own beliefs on productivity and how I ranked on each suggested tool. I grade myself a B on productivity
Decluttering is the first step for growth. Decluttering from stuff, people or goals has allowed me to make space for opportunity and growth.
Busy is the new black. It seems like a synonym to success. Busy has all sorts of nefarious effects. So how do you turn busy into productive?
What many may fail to realize, is not that Millennials have different passions these days, and money does not matter. People just accumulate earlier a broader set of passions that perhaps has only hit previous generations on their 50s.
Public speaking – the fear of so many, the delight of others. I decided to put on paper my own tips on dealing with public speaking.
Delegation is a constant struggle for me. A drive to perform and better time management have often required to take a step back to take 2 steps forward.
I knew I had to be intentional about coming back from holiday this time. So I took a large sip of my own advice. And I did not feel overwhelmed!
I am committed to intentional living, intentional about my values and what I want my life to be. I am now using goals to live this value-oriented life.
This week, I tried doing “big” personal goals (kindly note the word try before you read any further!). It was the first time I wrote them down intentionally, for as far as I can remember.
This time of year is one for reflection and gratitude. And the more I reflect, the more grateful I am.