Achieve Peaceful Productivity by Meggin McIntosh, PhD

In General
Sep 8th, 2013

Woman working peacefullyPeaceful productivity has been one of my goals and intentions for the last several years. Each year I move closer to having peaceful productivity throughout the days, weeks, and months of my life, although I’m not there yet. Here are some of the ways I am making progress toward having this as an omnipresent state.

  1. Define what “peaceful productivity” is for you.
  2. Have peaceful productivity as an intention.
  3. Clear out excess tasks from your life.
  4. Clear out excess responsibilities from your life.
  5. Clear out excess people from your life.
  6. Clear out excess chores from your life.
  7. Clear out excess “stuff” from your life and space.
  8. Create an environment that supports peaceful productivity.
  9. Realize that peaceful productivity is a journey not a destination.
  10. Stay aware that peaceful productivity is not a constant but it becomes moreso as you make the changes that support it.

It is worth the effort, thought, and communication it takes to make the changes. I promise.

Hot SpotsAnd to help you with your productivity you may be interested in the teleseminar Identify and Capitalize on Your Own Productivity ‘Hot Spots’. Throughout your days and your weeks, you have “hot spots” where you have the potential to be optimally productive. It is during these times that you can be “in the zone,” working at “Mach 10,” and getting things done that are of the most benefit to you and your company.