Contrary to popular rhetoric, productivity is not just about getting shit done. This is what I like to call, the Toxic Productivity Trap, and today I’m sharing 3 ways to avoid this so you can create more biz+life balance.
I actually don’t know most of the best mentors I’ve had – I read their books! So I’ve compiled this list of 8 of my favourite productivity books for entrepreneurs to read in the hopes that you find the same motivation and encouragement.
I have tried many of the best time saving tips over the years and so in this post, I share what works for me and my businesses to help ambitious entrepreneurs create the biz+life balance they crave and deserve.
“How Can I Stop Procrastinating?” is one of the top questions I get asked. So if you’ve been putting off writing your next blog post, updating your sales funnel, or creating a morning routine you love, this post is for you!
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