The MenProvement Podcast: Episode 111
This is episode 111 of The MenProvement Podcast. In this episode of The Menprovement Podcast I interview Craig Bellentyne, Productivity Coach.
We have all heard the buzzword ‘hustle’ being thrown about in the last few years. However, most of us find ourselves ‘hustling’ creating a lot of busy-ness and movement but not actually getting to where we want to be. Today we are going to talk about productivity in relation to hustling and attempt to give hustle a new meaning.
You will learn:
– How to create more structure in your day
– Planning the night before to avoid procrastination
– Doing the most important thing in the morning
– How to limit distractions
– How to preserve your willpower throughout the day
– The importance of reflecting on your day
– The stoic philosophy of ‘the perfect day’
If you are new to these ideas then this podcast is going to give you some really useful insights to help you start creating more traction with your activities.
If you are familiar with these ideas already and are finding that they are not yielding you the results that you are looking for, then you might want to read, and really study, the book Getting Things Done, by David Allen. This book lays the foundations of productive behaviour and thinking. Without these, pretty much any productivity tips you try will yield minimal results. With this foundation, you will make more progress than anyone else around you, by far, and all the productivity tips out there, such as the ones in this podcast will suddenly become incredibly useful for you… like a bonfire suddenly catching light. We are not affiliates of this book, we recommend it as it has changed the way that we approach life and business and is continuing to skyrocket our effectiveness. We urge you to check it out!.
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– The Menprovement Team