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Last year, we spent the summer reviewing the major works of Seth Godin.[1] This book tour covered a dozen or more of his best works and it primarily focused on marketing.
This summer, we will focus on personal productivity and time management.
Since I knew I would be writing about personal productivity, I have begun reading books and watching videos on the subject. Some of what I read is new, but most is classic time-management advice. Here are the perennial favorites:

  • Get up early
  • Exercise
  • Meditate
  • Focus on what is important
  • Eat well
  • Batch tasks
  • Do not multitask
  • Get 8 hours of quality sleep
  • Outsource and delegate
  • Keep a to-do list
  • Do your most important task first

As I approach this segment, I am well aware that the biggest issues relating to time management and productivity are not issues of ignorance (not knowing), but of abstinence (not doing). So, as we move forward, I will only talk about the advice that I personally tested or concepts that were so game-changing that they altered my behavior in some way.
But this week, I would like you to build your list of time-management and personal productivity hacks. Talk about them in your group. Create the list and send them to me. I will highlight the group with the largest list or the best concepts.

What About You?

How are you most productive? What are your best tips for productivity and time management?

References

[1] Gerdes, D. L. (2018 August 9). The summer of Seth Godin. Retrieved from http://www.daringerdes.com/the-summer-of-seth-godin/