Everyone can be productive

I am super excited to be part of the launch team for Michael Sliwinski’s upcoming book: 10 Steps to Ultimate Productivity #10stepsbook


How did I become part of this launch team?

Those who have worked closely with me know that I was (still am) one of the least organized folks out there. I try my best to follow those 5S policies but always end up cluttering my workspace. I have a really bad memory, so have a tendency to forget things. I have a hard time saying no and end up with too much on my plate.

Yes, I am aware of these limitations of mine. However, I am consoled by the fact that:

“It’s hard even for a naturally organized person not to get lost without a good productivity system.” #10stepsbook

So, instead of fretting and giving up, or trying to fix myself, I decided to place support systems to help me overcome this limitation and become productive:

  • I put down everything on my Google Calendar, including personal appointments
  • I use Evernote to keep references for easier retrieval
  • And, of course, I use Nozbe to keep track of my tasks and projects

I don’t have to be naturally organized to be productive. I just have to be really determined to make the best use of my time… so I can have more time for the essentials.

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Ryan Salvanera is an Executive Coach who helps teams and individuals maximize their unique powers, taking them from good to great to AWESOME! Ryan is the Founder of Coach Rye and a Co-Founder of Wissen Solomon and StrengthsCoach.PH.

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