Thanks to the many of you who have been so encouraging as we announced the launch of What’s Best Next. You emails and shares have been meaningful. We hope you’ll stick around to benefit from the things we have planned, and to help us refine the resources and services. None of this makes sense if people like you aren’t […]
This is a post from a while ago that contains an important framework that is always helpful to keep in mind. I’ve found it helpful in a new way recently, and thought you might as well. David Allen very helpfully defines three different types of “work” that we do when doing our work: Doing predefined work Doing […]
This is an excellent article, showing that the common stereotype of why we procrastinate is often wrong. “Conventional wisdom has long suggested that procrastination is all about poor time management and willpower. But it may have more to do with how our brains and emotions work.” Hence, the solution to procrastination is different than people […]
Fast Company’s cover article this month. “A senator, a chef, four CEOs, and DJ superstar Diplo reveal how, exactly, they get the most out of their days.” If you scroll down a bit, there is a list of a bunch of other short articles on productivity as well.
One of the difficulties in affirming that God calls us to be productive is that this can sometimes be mistaken to mean that there is always an easy solution to our productivity challenges. We can think that there is no place for messiness, difficulty, and even falling behind in the life of truly productive, God-honoring people. […]