Designing Your Productivity (Part I)

I’ve been on the productivity journey since my freshman (first) year of college when I read David Allen’s book ‘Getting Things Done,’ which proposes a time management method. Since then I’ve helped people increase their productivity through one-on-one conversations and classes. In this process, I’ve observed that people sometimes feel that there’s too much to do in one day or that the day is over without them getting in any real work. This is often because they just find it difficult to be disciplined and end up procrastinating their time away.

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