Do you ever look at the clock, see that it’s 5 PM, and wonder if you’ve made the most of your workday?
Personal productivity is a topic I’ve enjoyed thinking about for my entire career (17 years so far!). And it’s my quest to grow and improve all along the way. Everyone I work with knows this is how I roll. I’m always looking for rough edges to sand off so I can make the most of every minute and leave work with a sense of satisfaction and calm.
I don’t always get it right, but I always have a plan. Does this sound good to you?
The Productive Workday is a 75-minute screencast detailing all of my productivity thoughts and workflows. It’s my playbook every time I sit down in front of my trusty M1 MacBook Air.
Table of Contents
- Intro (0:00)
- Getting Things Done (3:47)
- Things Deep Dive (12:23)
- Email is the Worst (But It Doesn’t have to Be) (28:42)
- Take Back Your Calendar (37:54)
- My Planner and Me (52:27)
- My Productivity Tech Stack (1:02:07)
- Wrapping Up (1:14:48)
I’ve done the research so you don’t have to. This course is both a fantastic starting point for the productivity novice and full of deeper insights for the GTD veteran.
I’m confident you’ll receive more value than what you’ve paid, but if you’re not satisfied for any reason, please let me know within 30 days of purchase and I will make it right with a full refund.
What People Are Saying
So much of work in academia is self-directed with long time frames. I'm often distracted by small tasks (or new projects) and never get big things done. My friend @andrewmeyers put together a 75 minute video guide with all of his tips and tools for a productive workday. His advice on daily workflows, email, to-do lists, PROJECT MANAGEMENT, and more, may end up being how I finish my dissertation. I know I'm not alone - and even my colleagues who have finished a PhD could benefit from Andrew's strategies.
Buried by your inbox? No idea how to manage your to-dos? Andrew Meyers, a colleague of mine known as "the productivity nerd guy" (his words, not mine), put together a course to share his advice on email, calendar, to-do lists, daily workflows, and more. I learned something new and it was awesome to see tools that I already use, put to even better use.