Productivity is prioritizing and focusing to get the most important things completed in order to have what you want more of – your “why.” Do you know you want to be more productive? Are you creating habits that will help you prioritize and focus on the most important things each day?

“Being productive is about creating habits to keep you focused on the things that will help you reach your why.” ~Tracy Hoth

Free eBook

Get my eBook, Organized from the Car to the Bedroom, for free here.

 

Free Calendar

Use this blank productivity calendar to prioritize your “one thing,” record your AM question tasks, track your completed Pomodoros, visually see your X Chain, etc. (File, export as PDF or print)

 

AM Question:

What WILL I do today to _______________________ (one thing/goal) by ____________ (date)?

List the top 3 tasks.

PM Question:

What DID I do today to _______________________ (one thing/goal) by ____________ (date)?

Did you do what you said you would do?

 

Pomodoro Method

5 Minute video explaining Pomodoro method

The 12 Best Pomodoro Timer Apps

 

X Chain

“Don’t break the chain” article: Jerry Seinfeld’s productivity secret

Whole Year Calendar

 

Outlook Tips to Increase Productivity:

Top 50 Most Popular Outlook Tips, Tricks and Tutorials

The 18 best Outlook tips for increasing productivity: Become an Outlook Jedi with our expert tips

 

Products I Recommend:

File Tote (purse style)

Inbox

The best hanging files

Desktop file box OR at The Container Store

Tickler file

10 of my favorite organizing products

Over the door organizing ideas for the office

 

Questions?

Please contact me here. 

 

Quotes

“We first make out habits, and then our habits make us.” ~John Dryden

“You’ll never change your life until you change something you do daily. The secret of your success is found in your daily routine.” ~John C. Maxwell

“I’m telling you to seek success and forget about perfection. Change our habits and reach new levels.” ~Alan Weiss

“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.” ~Aristotle