Productive in Place

April 07, 2020

There is no shortage of content.

Essays, stories, tips, tricks, hacks, virtual happy hours, think pieces, memes, and hot takes.

So many of them are simultaneously trying to help you adapt your day, fix your work, and tune-up your productivity while simultaneously siphoning time away.

I’ve sifted through a lot of this content and hopefully I can help you quickly separate the good from the not-so. Below are a few links for you to take in, but before you do, remember that there’s no quick fix, no “hack”, no software that will change the way your run your day. Whether you’re at home or in an office, it takes focus and habits. If you get those going, hacks and software are the flair that makes it fun.

The links:

A quick personal update:

Since I started this business, I’ve had the opportunity to work with some great clients. In the past few months since the year started I’ve changed my day job. I've transitioned myself fully from a bustling office environment to complete remote work. I’m building new habits for myself and I’m available to help you on your transition to a new way of working.

Here’s a direct quote from my client Alex, a CEO I worked with not long ago:

"I finally feel like I have a handle on the million+ things going on in my life….I think the system you helped with is working. I feel like I have better insights/control into the pile of work that has to be done every day, week, month, etc :-)”

I’m available to customize a coaching plan for you. Reach out and we can chat about your goals and talk about the better days ahead.



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