Episode 214: Deconstructing A Productive Day In My Life

While I love sharing a good productivity tip, sometimes it’s more helpful to be walked through a real day in the life example to see how everything comes into play. So that’s what I’m doing in this episode!

Ever wondered what the little things are that make the difference between a productive day and an unproductive day? In this episode, I’m sharing them as I take you behind the scenes on one of my most productive days and deconstruct why it worked.

In This Episode You’ll Learn:

  • How I set myself up for a productive day before the day has even begun
  • The planning method I use to keep myself out of overwhelm
  • What I listen to when I’m working to help me stay focused
  • Why I update my calendar multiple times throughout the day and when I do it
  • The little things that make the difference between a productive and unproductive day

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Author: Sam Brown