Feel-Good Productivity: How to Do More of What Matters to You

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Feel-Good Productivity: How to Do More of What Matters to You

Feel-Good Productivity: How to Do More of What Matters to You

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Doctor, YouTube superstar, podcaster, entrepreneur: Ali Abdaal knows first-hand how to be productive, achieve more, and find joy in everything you do.

And in the sort of the era of factories--the Industrial Revolution--all that mattered was how many widgets your factory cranked out, and people would get paid and stuff based on that.My first-ever published book, Feel-Good Productivity, is now a bestseller on both The Sunday Times AND The New York Times lists! Aswell as hosting my podcast, Deep Dive which has featured guests like Mr Whostheboss, Alex Hormozi, MKBHD, Grace Beverley, Tiago Forte, Ben Francis and so many more. Burnout can occur due to overexertion (too much work), depletion (not enough breaks), or misalignment (doing the wrong things). The author talks about his own story and offers tips and advice as to how you can leverage your own qualities and time to change your own life and avoid the treadmill and monotony of office or corporate life. In this book, children will be explained what viruses are - a more-than ever actual topic, how they move and what behaviours help to limit their spreading.

Instead of looking for something that will tell you how to organize, filter, manage, and check off all the to-dos that have piled up, Abdaal's book is different: It teaches you how to love what you're doing and do what you love. Thank you to David Perell for a cheeky Facetime where we discussed the general framing of the book + he offered some good ideas about productivity. Within modern society, many people subconsciously travel through life on a treadmill that we’re anxious to step off for fear of ‘falling behind’ – not so much fear of missing out but fear of dropping out.The main idea of this book is that by sharing your work with the world, you are working towards helping people which is going to be an inherent good. I found ways to generate energy while I was at work so that when I came home, I still had enough energy to do all the things I wanted to do. We run courses for medical school applicants, and we made an online bank of questions for those applicants too. If they’re not supporting the strategy you’ve decided upon, then you’re not implementing that strategy at all. I’ll play some instrumental focus music, and we’ll all do 2 pomodoros worth of writing / other high-leverage work.

Working as a doctor is something that motivates me and I need to find a way to bring it back into my life (at least part-time). He joins How To Academy live in London to explain how you can accomplish more and feel better as you go. If it hadn’t been for this book that I read in 2016, perhaps none of this would’ve happened and I wouldn’t have been able to help those people.You’ll learn about the three biggest blockers that run down our feel-good emotions and so derail our productivity - as well as the simple strategies you can use to stay focused and consistent. And he should know: a first-class Cambridge graduate, former NHS doctor, podcaster, investor, teacher, and author, he is best known as the world’s most followed productivity expert, with more than 4 million subscribers to his YouTube channel and hundreds of thousands of students taking his online courses. This book challenged me to think about my own life choices and how I’m prioritising my work, relationships, and other goals. But Sivers ascribes to a different philosophical approach – pursue hobbies, businesses, side-hustles if they make you happy. The real point of doing anything is to be happy, so only do what makes you happy and isn’t that the best sentiment to end this post on?

Austin Kleon has written a couple of very popular books – short but packed with incredibly useful and life-changing advice. Download a list of 100+ books that all the wonderful guests of the Deep Dive podcast recommended me and my listeners to check out.There’s not really that much to fear in terms of failure, and so people should take on a lot more accountability than they do. g., the reason behind still using eyeglasses:) I have been watching your youtube videos for a long time. To date, Ali’s evidence-based videos, podcasts and articles sharing insights into the human mind, have reached hundreds of millions of people all around the world.



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