LAST UPDATED: August 9, 2017
I created this page to help me allocate the right amount of time and energy to what I need and want to do. I will update this page regularly as I fine-tune its mandate. I'm striving for better harmony in my life and taking on too much puts the focus I need to work on the above in jeopardy.
I'm also focusing on deep work (as described by my friend Cal Newport) going forward, which lines up well with my personal productivity philosophy. I'll be writing more about this over at Productivityist and Medium.
MY DAILY THEMES
Here are my Daily Themes. Every day has one so that it triggers my overarching focus for that particular day of the week. My Daily Themes have been defined as follows since May 2017:
MONDAY: Coaching Day
TUESDAY: Administrative Day
WEDNESDAY: Audio/Video Day
THURSDAY: Training Day
FRIDAY: Deep Work Day
SATURDAY: Family Day
SUNDAY: Planning Day
(Note: That doesn't mean I only do things related to that theme on that day, but those activities/types of work gets my overarching focus. I'm also using horizontal theming for my writing, which I explain in greater detail in The Productivityist Playbook.)
MY MONTHLY THEME: AUGUST
My Monthly Themes act in the same manner as my Daily Themes. My overarching focus for this month is to develop a course that dives deeper into my personal productivity methodology, TimeCrafting. Sure, there are other things I’m working on but my primary goal this month is to outline and prepare this course for production in mid-September.
MY THREE WORDS FOR 2017
For 2017, I've chosen Redesign, Rebuild, and Reclaim as My Three Words. You can read more about the practice of choosing My Three Words here.
I have interviews booked through November for The Productivityist Podcast and we have episodes mapped out until early January 2018. So if you’re looking to be on the show it’s going to be a while.
OTHER POINTS OF NOTE
I am not currently reviewing any products (apps, books, etc.) other than those I've already committed to reviewing.
I am always willing to look at speaking engagements. Email email@example.com if you're interested in booking me.
This page was inspired by Derek Sivers.