Let’s talk about the productivity technique that is named after a tomato and why I don’t necessarily recommend it.
Today I want to share with you three books that will give you insights into how other people work.
Sometimes when you’re not at your best, you don’t even realise that that’s what’s happening. So let’s talk about three surprising signs that you are not working at your best.
This productivity myth leaves you feeling exhausted and guilty, and it prevents you from working at your best. Let’s bust it right now.
I’m taking a break from my regularly scheduled content, which I filmed before Coronavirus really came to Australia, to talk about what crisis times mean for our productivity. I’ve seen this … Continue reading Why I’m still talking about productivity
Working from home sounds really great. But if you’re trying to work from home, you know that it comes with some unique distractions.
You know that feeling when there’s something you know you should do, but you just really don’t want to do it? Here’s why it’s so hard to overcome.
Let’s talk about procrastination. You know that thing that you’re maybe doing right now? Don’t go away!
I promise this will be worth your while if you procrastinate with me just a little bit longer.
Did you know that only 8% of people keep their New Year’s resolutions? But with these two words, you can triple your chances of keeping yours.
Back in mid-December, before I took a couple of weeks of holiday, I scheduled a blog post for today. It was about how to keep your New Year’s resolutions.But, truthfully?Nothing … Continue reading How small actions really do help
Focusing on work when you’re at home can be a challenge! That’s why you need simple tricks to help your brain be fully focused.
Pushing yourself harder doesn’t actually mean you get more done. The good news is that there’s a better way. I call it “self-compassionate productivity”.