How to Find Your Own Path to Creative Productivity

How to Find Your Own Path to Creative Productivity

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  1. Sometimes the simplest productivity systems have more in common with that one Nike slogan…

    Or, keep it simple stupid!

    Thanks for the article and happy holidays πŸ™‚

  2. Sonia – this is a great post for so many reasons: the pitfalls of other people’s systems, self reflection and understanding that creative output is about all that gets measured.
    I was surprised to see it ended with the promise of another system – but I trust that if it’s from you and your team it will be good (maybe even a new acronym?)

  3. Hey Sonia,

    I regret the time I used to write just for others and never thought to build my personal brand.

    Having a path of productivity is possible if you start doing it for yourself. I have experienced all those juggling days with the unrealistic thoughts in my mind.

    Maybe something else was required to do so.


  4. Hi Sonia,

    Great article!

    I find that the best way is to just start instead of fretting over productivity too much!

    I found a system that works for me through this!

  5. Great article, Sonia. There really is no out of the box success system that fits everyone, and to find the right handful of habits that actually keep me motivated has been a huge part of feeling comfortable working remotely and keep me passionate in my hobbies and personal endeavors.

  6. Hey Sonia!

    I like your post here.

    I don’t think anyone needs any fixing!

    And I do believe in the connection of productivity with creativity. I think they go hand in hand. The more creative you are the more productive you can be. You need both, in order to get things done.

    You need to be creative to find new ways to keep productive. Your creativity is pretty much your imagination. We all have it. It is what makes you daydream and have that vision of you accomplishing your goals in life.

    I believe we all are productive. And there is not such thing as “procrastination”. What we do have is Priorities. We will work on the things most important to us. We will be productive with the things that matter the most in our life at the moment.

    People need to work on their priorities, and go from there. We all get things done, whether is running an errand, or watching a TV show, we do what we want to do at the moment. So we are always getting something done! πŸ˜‰

    Thank you for sharing this!

    Best regards! πŸ˜€

  7. Thanks for such a wonderful piece of article, I want to share my perspective that even though you are very creative, but you don’t make that creativity productive you may fail at the end of the day!

  8. I’ve tried various productivity ‘routines’ but I always end up slipping back into my own! As long as I define my priorities and do those tasks first, the other things on my to-do list pretty much take care of themselves, even if it means breaking them into smaller chunks and slotting them between other things. It’s a lot less stressful and it’s actually given me *gasp* free time…

  9. I’ve always said, awesome is already inside each of us. We just need to let it out. Sonia, I think you hit the nail on the head by saying we have to fit into our own systems by taking bits of others and crafting them around our own creativity.

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