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How to double your productivity by working around your patterns

How to double your productivity by working around your patterns

Today we are talking about how to double your productivity. Who does not want that? :-)

In this video I give you one strategy for doubling your productivity by working around your patterns. I explain what it means “working around your patterns”, and how to recognise your own patterns. And then I talk about how to double your productivity.

It is exactly the same strategy that I used throughout the past year to double my coaching practice and to basically achieve twice as much as in the previous year. You would not want to miss it! Watch this video now!!

 

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In the comments below please share what patterns in your energy, productivity and motivation can you recognise? What changes to your schedule would you now make based on this? How can you make a better use of your “flow time” to achieve more of what is important to you?

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2 Responses to How to double your productivity by working around your patterns

  1. Hi Olga, thanks for the great post. This was exactly the info I needed this morning. I'm having a bit of a "slow" patch at the moment but I'm looking forward to hitting the "flow" – and as soon as I do I will up my productivity two-fold. Becoming more aware of these two states will certainly help me to stop beating myself up during the "slow" state. Thanks again for the insight. R

  2. Rebecca, I am so glad this post was helpful!! Not beating ourselves up during the slow patches certainly helps to feel better and deal with them more constructively. It's great you're set to double your productivity when you hit the flow! You can do it!!! :-)

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