If I’m going to write about productivity, I have to show a picture of our barn. Here it is a few years ago during mid-shingling. My husband, who’s the most productive person I know, would normally do a job like this himself but that summer he was super busy. Plus I really didn’t want him crawling around on such a pitch, on a 2-story barn, with a concrete cow yard to catch him if he fell. Instead, we hired a roofing crew. For two days, they were the most productive people I knew.
Doesn’t our barn look cool with the light shining through?
When it comes to organized productivity, I could easily find room for improvement. I love keeping to-do lists and checking off completed items, but I’m also easily distracted. Sometimes I find it hard to focus. Or it’s hard to prioritize my projects. We all have this problem from time to time, right?
A lot of people are saying good things about Ed Gandia’s upcoming 3-part class: “Effortless Productivity: How to Accomplish 30% More Every Day Naturally and With Less Stress.” It sounds interesting, but I’m not sure I want to spring the $97. Then I’m reminded of the adage of spending money to make money…am I being just a bit airy as I make up my mind?
I have until tomorrow to decide.