The Productivity Project recounts the lessons Chris Bailey learned over the course of a year running various productivity experiments to help you get more done in all areas of your life.
Four years ago on new years eve, I set out to build for myself a robust habit of habit engineering. Looking back, doing this has been very transformative for me.
Most people operate in life by either not clearly identifying priorities or considering everything one. One key step in being successful is identifying core priorities and eliminating the noise that falls outside of that.
Time management can be tough. What is urgent in your life and what is important to your life are often very different things.
Motion makes you feel like you’re getting things done. But really, you’re just preparing to get something done. When preparation becomes a form of procrastination, you need to change something. You don’t want to merely be planning. You want to be practicing.