I read a post recently where the author said…’The whole goal of improving your productivity is to reach the point where you never have to think about how to be more productive.”
OK, in my book, not so much.
The whole goal of improving your productivity isn’t to be just more productive.
For me, the goal is to get what you want and need out of life without all the stress.
It’s repeatedly practicing the right behaviors and turning them into awesome habits. It automates decision making, speeds up actions and generally makes it easier and less stressful to get to what you need and want to be doing.
The end game? To be able to painlessly reallocate the time you have—so you can do anything you want.
Just a thought.