In this episode, I share with you four ideas about why I think you should use a printed planner when planning your day. You can transfer this to an electronic calendar afterwards but start with a planner first.
I am so obsessed with helping you become a more productive version of you that I have created a live training program called Next Level Productivity Monthly. Yes, it a mouthful but will contain so much value.
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Is it possible to get more done in less time? The answer is an emphatic YES! In this episode, I share four ideas for how to just that.
My mother has recently been diagnosed with late onset Alzheimer’s Disease. In this personal episode, I discuss the journey that took the Mom I have always known. While she is 75 years old physically, she is only 5-8 years old mentally. The person I used to talk to for 30-45 minutes every Sunday is now down to 15-20 seconds. I'm an only child. As a result of Mom's diagnosis, I have immersed myself into learning all I can about the disease. I trust this episode will serve you and teach you about this disease that cares not who you are.
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Please don't think that the title of this episode is click-bait, because it's not. There is a much deeper concept we need to discuss that pertains directly to tiredness and productivity.
Matt Krul is the host of the Imagineer Podcast and a former Walt Disney World Cast Member, having worked at Kilimanjaro Safaris at Disney's Animal Kingdom and on the Marketing Strategy team for Disney Vacation Club. Matt's lifelong passion for Disney began at a young age and has only grown stronger over the years.
On this episode, Matthew and I geek out over our love for Walt Disney World (in Orlando, Florida). We talk about our favorite attractions, give suggestions to make the most out of your trip and so much more! A value-packed episode.
Morning is the start of a brand new day. But productive mornings don't happen by accident. In this episode, I give you 5 ideas for starting your day right.
Time is a the great constant. Everyone has the same 24 hours to spend. But how do you spend it wisely? In this episode, I share 5 ideas with you to do just that.
Every leader wants their employees to be productive but the onus is on both the employee AND the leader. Here are 7 ways to increase your employee productivity.
Everyone wants to be more productive. At least, that’s what many people I’ve come across say.
Do they really?
And assuming the answer to that last question is yes, then do they know how?
In this article, I share nine factors that will increase your productivity almost immediately. All you have to do is implement them.
Let’s get to it.
The quality and quantity of sleep. Experts recommend 7-9 hours of sleep every night. I highly recommend Arianna Huffington’s book, The Sleep Revolution. It will rock your world. People who get enough quality sleep are more productive than those who do not.
Be sure you are doing WHAT you love to do WHERE you love to do it. If you love what you do but you hate the long commute, your boss, your co-workers, the paint on the walls, whatever…you’ll never be the most productive version of yourself.
Note: the WHERE may involve going out on your own.