Are you someone who likes to wear a Fitbit tracker or smart watch, Apple Watch, or any other device that’s wearable? Or do you not see any value in them? Either way, you’re in the right place because we’re discussing both sides and discussing whether… Read More »Fit and Frenzied… How is your Fitbit treating your productivity?
As productivity lovers, we can find it difficult to handle days when we are off our game. We pride ourselves on setting goals and achieving them, maximizing our time, and being efficient. So what happens when we’re not efficient or crushing our goals? We are… Read More »What To Do When Your S#*t Isn’t Together
There are probably two types of people in this world, those who can engage in “Hot Potato Productivity” and those who can’t. This refers to one’s ability to stop working on non-emergencies, such as taking a walk, getting a snack, or answering the phone. If… Read More »What is “Hot Potato Productivity?”
We’ve been pretty heavy on the productivity mindset the past couple of weeks so we wanted to switch it up with some practical productivity tools you can use. This week, it’s the 7-day planner. Are paper planners helpful? Maybe. Cris recently bought a 30-Day commitment… Read More »Are you using a 7-day planner?
Have you ever heard of “productivity avoidance?” Well, it’s a term that Deb came up with for a phenomenon discussed in Brene Brown’s book called “The Power of Vulnerability.” Productivity avoidance refers to using productivity and being busy to avoid connecting with other people. This… Read More »Productivity Avoidance and What You Should Do About It
How can accountability affect your productivity? Well, if you ask Cris, it’s very essential for staying on track. So much so that she’s in not one, not two, but FIVE accountability groups! It may work for you, too, as studies show that people who tell… Read More »Accountability And Its Importance For Productivity
Have you ever heard of “cumulative punishment?” Well, we hadn’t either until one day when Cris worked with a client who had been talking about her goals. The client noticed that if she set a goal and didn’t meet that goal, she experienced “cumulative punishment.” … Read More »Cumulative Punishment: What It Is And How You Can Stop It