Keep Your Productivity High by Meggin McIntosh, Ph.D.

By meggin@meggin.com
Oct 14th, 2013
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ProductivityStaying productive means thinking about productivity and deliberately using techniques that you have learned.  You want your productivity to be peaceful and predictable.  Ahhh.  It’s a great feeling, indeed.

For this next year you have a wide range of choices to help your productivity.  They include the following:

  1. You can choose from among the seven other “Top Ten Productivity Tips” series that are now available (in addition to the TTPT for Teachers).  Just go to Top Ten Productivity Tips and you’ll see the different series listed.  All continue to be free to you.
  2. If you are ready for a new weekly set of tips (and haven’t already been a subscriber), go to Keeping Chaos at Bay and click “Sign Up.”  These are also offered to you at no charge.
  3. Sign up for ways to be “Just Whelmed”– which are weekly ideas for those who don’t want to be OVERwhelmed or UNDERwhelmed, but want to be “Just Whelmed.”  Simply go to Just Whelmed and you can sign up.  These are if you are REALLY serious about making some changes.
  4. To make “positivity” a consistent part of your life (because positive people get much more done than negative people), take a look at accessing the Staying Positive Personal Workshop Program.  The place to learn more is  Staying Positive in a Freaked-Out World.

Take a moment now to sign up for something that will enhance your quest for productivity (and peaceful productivity at that!)

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.

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