We all want to be more productive in our work – here’s how structure your week to build your ideal life. Find out in this video and get the details on the second productivity hack we’re sharing in this series.
Join John Arnott, business owner and digital marketing expert, to learn about how to boost your productivity. Learn more about John at https://johnarnott.com/.
Additional Tutorials and Videos: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWPBBNmELlZKGyqhglfbhXw
Trying to build your ideal life in our busy, distracted world can seem overwhelming. But when you break it down into more manageable chunks – into weeks instead of years – you can start to create your ideal life.
If you feel like there’s never enough time in the day, you’re not alone. But there’s a way to build your ideal week to maximize your productivity and have time for all the activities you need to do and want to enjoy.
Scheduling your ideal week helps you accomplish tasks, build your career, grow your relationships, and work towards your future goals.
A good productivity system starts with the basic building blocks of your week. The ideal week will look different for everyone – it depends on your body clock and your priorities in your life.
But whether you’re a business owner, changing careers, or just trying to fit in work, family, and fun into your busy life, you can benefit from this productivity setup. It’s more than just work/life balance tips – it’s a way to build the life you want to live.
Our second productivity hack is how to manage your weeks to increase your focus and feel great when you get work done well.
Watch the video to learn more and get productive today.
Additional Productivity Resources:
Your Ideal Week Spreadsheet: https://johnarnott.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/2020-Ideal-Week.xlsx
Productivity Hack #1 – Rewarding Yourself: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gezGjdf0gPI
How to manage your email to increase productivity: https://youtu.be/rTaeZMiOzqc
Working remotely and productivity: https://contentfirst.marketing/does-working-remotely-enhance-or-diminish-productivity/