The Productive Entrepreneur : Personal Development & Productivity Hacks

Tony Staunton, Reading, writing and teaching.

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39 Lessons (3h 26m)
    • 1. Introduction

      2:43
    • 2. Whats on your mind

      6:50
    • 3. Evernote

      2:46
    • 4. What is time

      1:52
    • 5. Time Management

      17:01
    • 6. Your Schedule

      7:24
    • 7. Your Morning Routine

      8:13
    • 8. Your Evenings

      7:48
    • 9. Its Friday

      5:32
    • 10. How To Find Your Focus

      4:54
    • 11. Staying Focused

      7:20
    • 12. Where To Apply Your Focus

      5:13
    • 13. How To Form Your Goals

      4:54
    • 14. Whats Your Purpose

      3:29
    • 15. No one is an island

      3:59
    • 16. Team Collaboration

      4:05
    • 17. Communication Best Practices

      5:22
    • 18. Email

      5:25
    • 19. Perfectionism

      3:22
    • 20. Procrastination

      5:03
    • 21. Other People

      5:03
    • 22. Clutter

      2:13
    • 23. Habits of the Super Productive

      6:19
    • 24. Habits To Abandon

      6:37
    • 25. Habits of Famous People

      3:01
    • 26. Habits Not to Tolerate

      7:12
    • 27. Habits of Innovators

      5:39
    • 28. How to develop grit

      7:54
    • 29. Daily habits

      6:18
    • 30. Night Time Habits

      3:50
    • 31. How to recover when plans fail

      4:31
    • 32. How to stay motivated

      4:59
    • 33. How to build self confidence

      9:02
    • 34. How to capture commitments

      3:58
    • 35. How to stop making excuses

      5:06
    • 36. How to rest

      2:23
    • 37. How to wake up early

      3:54
    • 38. Why leadership matters

      2:56
    • 39. Conclusion and Thank You

      2:18

Project Description

What is your one thing?

From the class, choose one of the key areas:

  • Clearing Your Mind
  • Time Management Skills
  • Communication
  • Finding Your Focus
  • Personal Productivity Blockers
  • Personal Productivity How-to's
  • Leadership

Now, from your chosen area, if you did one thing this day/this week/this month that by doing it everything else would be easier or unnecessary, what would that one thing be?

Narrow your focus to one thing.

Share your plan of attack to accomplish your one thing. When planning, think of time as currency, don't go wasting it.

Think of the one thing that you focus on and get done as the first domino. When you knock the first one over it can start to topple many more. And if at first your one thing doesn't fall over keep trying until it does. Achieving extraordinary productivity is sequential, not simultaneous.

The key is time. One thing at a time. One thing that will make everything easier.

Best of luck on your productivity journey and remember to share your plan to get your one thing done!

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