Against the odds, and probably against expectations, I do have a masters (or likely a PhD) on procrastination. According to
I finally came around reading the controversial 4-hour-Workweek by Tim Ferriss. I did not quit my job, stopped doing meetings
What happens when we try to incorporate too many self-care, self-development or productivity tools that suddenly there is one (or two) too many?
We are all living filled lives, but are they full lives? Busy is gettingg me annoyed these days. Busy is bad for business.
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?
or fifteen years (yes, one-five) I have been commuting from Kensington to Canary Wharf. My commute has changed materially over the years and is now productive and helping me with the start and the end of the day. I even miss it sometimes.
I reach the end of 2018 with great satisfaction and I know what made the difference this year – time. It did not fly, I made it go.