My favourite ways to increase productivity and decrease stress


    Join me today as I talk about the unique challenges and opportunities that come with working from home as a small business owner and 5 of my favourite ways you can increase productivity whilst decreasing stress.

    We'll look at how productivity can be improved by discussing:

    - Entrepreneurship challenges for productivity
    - Why productivity is important
    - Stephen Covey's 4 quadrants
    - The neuroscience of productivity
    - 5 ways to increase productivity

    The resources I reference in today's show are:

    1) 4 tell-tale signs you're a serial multitasker (on Den Lennie's show: How to scale a video business)

    2) The Organized Mind by Daniel Levitin

    3) Thinking Fast & Slow by Daniel Kahneman

    4) The youtube video I made about productivity a while back:

    5) The Bullet Journal video by Ryder Carroll

    6) The Digital Bullet Journaling video I made

    7) Here's the article I wrote about remote work tips 

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    Ps. Yes! I do offer 1-on-1 business coaching and consulting to help you grow your brand and business, but I only take on a few clients at a time. To find out if I'm available right now or to go on my waiting list for future coaching opportunities send me a message directly on LinkedIn.


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