Topic Category: Intentional Productivity

Wr3. Course Eval

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Wr1. Now what?

You’re at the end of the Intentional Productivity course. But we spent all of it talking about Productivity Superpowers. How does one lead to the other? https://vimeo.com/558567221/f28d025b96 What now? You now have a conceptual understanding of the importance of each of the four productivity superpowers. You also have a practical understanding of what you can …

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Wr2. Action Steps

Retake the Self-Assessment Now would be a great time to retake the self-assessment that you did at the start of the course. Don’t worry about how much improvement, if any, has happened between then and now – it’s still a valuable exercise to revisit. Productivity Self-Assessment After you retake the self-assessment, compare your results from …

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TmC4. Feedback

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TmC3. Reflection

Bringing It All Together: Videos + Self-Assessment Open up your Productivity Superpowers Self-Assessment report (it was emailed to you after you completed the survey; you hopefully saved that report somewhere on your computer). Take a look at your score for Time Control. The self-assessment you completed asked specifically about (1) how often you make a …

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TmC2. Action Steps

You just heard the concepts behind Time Control. How you actually do Time Control was explained in the Time Control section Quick-Start Guide. If you need a refresher, revisit those videos. Below are a few suggestions and reminders to help you stay on track with improving your Time Control. Summary of Key Steps for Using …

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TmC1. Concepts

This is where the magic happens and the whole Productivity Superpowers system comes together. Time control allows you to harness your other productivity superpowers to be mindfully productive – aware of how you’re using your time, with the freedom to adjust course as needed. Take a look…  The Concepts Behind Time Control Below are the …

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TC4. Feedback

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TC3. Action Steps

Action Steps for Setting Up Your Task Manager It will take some time to fine-tune the task management system that works for you. Make sure you’ve done the following things to get off to a good start with organizing your tasks. Decide what task management app you want to use. If you don’t know where …

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TC2. Managing Your Tasks

The essential strategies for organizing your tasks were covered in the Task Control section of the Quick-Start Guide. Revisit those videos if you want a refresher. Below is another option to consider for how best to organize your tasks. Daily Board + Area Boards The Quick-Start Guide videos taught you how to create a Daily …

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