I use to be passively productive. What I mean by that is that I’d have these great intentions every day, but somehow, somewhere, in the mix of laundry, piled dishes and email inboxes… I would lose my way.
I can remember how my heart would sink when my hubby would walk in the door after a really long day. I know! Isn’t that terrible?!!?
It’s not a fun thing to admit to you, but I’ve always promised that I wouldn’t cover up the ugly. I think it’s important to show you the real me: good, bad and ugly.
So there he would be, standing in front of me. He was gone for long hours back then – often from 7am to 11pm. So you’d think that when that dreaded question came, I’d have plenty to say…
“What’d you do today?” he’d innocently ask.
And there I would stand, ashamed and embarrassed – because I really couldn’t say. All too often I found that after a day of never sitting, never resting, and never stopping… I really had no idea if I’d moved forward at all.
I hated that feeling of frustration when my head would hit the pillow after a long and exhausting day of never stopping, only to realize that I had never actually gotten to any of the projects I’d wanted and needed to conquer that day. I had to make a change! Over the years, I’ve read countless organization, time management, and productivity books to help me find a better way.
Today I’m super excited because I’m sharing the strategies that have transformed me from passively productive to powerfully productive.
I’d LOVE to answer any questions you might have on how my day flows…
So leave a comment and ask me anything you want.
I’m excited to have this conversation with you!