A couple of weeks ago I read two articles that really struck me. I wrote about them in Aids for Genuine Productivity and Simplifying Productivity, and I formed a resolution to focus on the whys and hows of productivity and simplification; in fact, simplification of productivity can itself be considered a “how”!
As I was considering this, I decided to write a series on the “Whys of Productivity”. Over the next few weeks, I will look at the similar basics to several productivity systems and dig down into the “whys” behind each method.
My hope is that this series will help people figure out what works and what doesn’t work for them for any given system, and why, so that each may form a system hybrid that works, instead of getting caught of the trap of looking for the “perfect system”.
I really believe that a good productivity system is the result of building, not of buying.
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