Do you constantly feel like you need to be more productive?
I’ve been wanting to talk about the productivity trap because I hear people all the time say that they just want to be more productive. In this episode, I’m going to tell you why that’s a trap and how to escape it.
If the idea of productivity resonates with you and you do want to be more productive, I’m going to show you how to do it without getting trapped in a cycle that leads to having even more work to do.
It’s time to stop the productivity trap, so I’m teaching you how.
In Today’s Episode We Discuss:
I want you to question why you feel the need to be more productive. Maybe it’s time to let that go. You don’t need to be more productive, all you really need is a schedule.
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