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So you made lots of progress in your task management in the past – you are no beginner. You probably read some books and followed some sound ideas and found yourself getting more effect, and more productive, and making fewer errors.
But lately…you feel as if you have stalled. You’re no longer growing in leaps and bounds the way you used to, and you miss that growth you once experienced.
Now, changes come slowly, if at all. What can you do about it? You’re tempted to give up and move onto something different because…well, there are other places in life where you can put in some effort and see some results.
But is that the tactic you really want? To give up? Do you have a choice? Are there alternatives?
Tune into this episode to hear from me and my special guest, Dr Bret Atkins, as we solve this challenging problem together.
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Show Notes Ep 27
Dr. Bret Atkins teaches college courses in organizational leadership and helps his students become more academically successful through improving their productivity.
His interest began while deployed during various emergencies during the past 20 years. Dr. Atkins observed how emergency responders used methods to accomplish crucial tasks within a highly limited timeframe. https://Theproductivityprofessor.net
Thanks to Alex_MakeMusic on Pixabay for the opening and closing music.