Episode 10: How To Be Productive Part 2

by Heather Moulder | Life & Law Podcast


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If you want to be more productive (so that you can do less, achieve more), then it’s important to learn how to prioritize properly.  Because productivity isn’t just about getting a lot done, but about getting more of the right things done.

In Episode #10 of the Life & Law Podcast, we’re talking about how to prioritize the things that are truly important (and how to differentiate between what’s a true priority versus what just feels that way because of urgency).

NOTE: if you haven’t yet listened to Episode #9, then please start there.  Because proper prioritization requires you to say no, push things off and have real boundaries.  And that’s hard (which is why Episode #9 is all about building a productive mindset).

In Today’s Episode About How To Do Less, Achieve More You’ll Learn:

  • A practical framework for how to prioritize the things that are truly important to you.
  • How to differentiate between what’s merely urgent and what’s truly important.
  • How (and why) to use your values as a guide for determining your priorities.
  • Common prioritization traps (and how to steer clear of them).
  • 5 ways for how to stay on top of your priorities so that you don’t get pulled off-track.

You’ll walk away from this episode armed with the BEST strategies for how to do less, achieve more.

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