Productivity as Your Central Purpose: Part 3

Good Monday, dear readers, and welcome to the exciting conclusion of my miniseries on productivity! In Part 1, we primarily discussed what a career is, isn’t, and should be. In Part 2, we got a bit more psychological and philosophical, discussing fundamental human needs and how productive work…

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Productivity as Your Central Purpose: Part 2

In Part 1 of this miniseries, I challenged you to rethink your definition of a career. I also pointed out that a huge number of people are dissatisfied with their work; in my view, that’s because (in most cases) there is a more fundamental disconnect between one’s view of productive work…

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Productivity as Your Central Purpose: Part 1

Not counting sleep, where do you spend most of your time? Unless you’re lazing comfortably on an extraordinary inheritance or lottery winnings, I’m going to guess that you either work for a living, or you mind the kids and the homestead while your spouse or partner generates the income (more on stay at home…

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