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The latest “quickiesode” of Your Biz, Your Rules is just perfect for those of you who feel busy. Those of you who feel rushed. Those of you who feel like there’s never enough time to do all the things you want to do in your business.

It’s short, it’s sweet, it’s actionable and it addresses this endless quest for productivity that we all seem to be on at the moment.

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The key takeaways:

💛 The endless search for productivity is your mind’s way of conning you into believing that you’re doing something worthwhile. In reality, you’ve just tapped into a “legitimate” source of procrastination.

💛 Taking on different productivity hacks can make you far less productive if they contradict each other.

💛 My signature (swiped) method for maximum productivity looks like this >> Step 1. Schedule in blocks of time to focus on my work. Step 2. Fill that big block of time with short, sharp sprints of action. Step 3. Keep my journal handy so that I can do a bit of “needless creation” when I can’t seem to get going.

Listen to this episode here.

The links + stuff:

The quotables:

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“Productivity: delightfully justifiable procrastination.” – Daire Paddy

“Hacks” in isolation don’t accomplish anything.” – Daire Paddy

“Supercharge your focus with short, timed sprints.” – Daire Paddy

“Just mess around and see what suits.” – Daire Paddy

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