In this episode of the Productive Pastor I take the time to talk about my favorite time of the day and what mornings can mean for your personal productivity. We take a more conversational approach with this episode, so sit back and enjoy.
Creating A Lovely Morning: Leo Babauta
Leo gives us a beautiful example of the power of mornings and how they are created.
A Step-by-Step System to Higher Productivity: Greg Hickman
This blog post is for the true productivity nerd. Greg pulls back the curtain and goes really in-depth with his own personal system. I learned some great things here I plan on trying out.
Using Themed Work Weeks Instead of Themed Day Weeks: David Seah
I have been featuring David a lot on the podcast. His latest experiment is really interesting. I am a big fan of themed days. David is experimenting with shifting over to themed weeks.
The Morning Show
In this episode I share about why I absolutely love mornings. I think they are the most important part of the day. Here are a few bullets from what I shared.
- What does your morning look like? Is it hectic or intentional?
- My morning reset two years ago.
- The more we direct our own schedule the more important it is for us to be on top of it.
- Mornings are the most strategic part of the day. We get things together and plan for progress.
- Anyone can make a better morning
I also share what my current morning routine is and how I am changing things up to streamline it for my new rhythms.
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Michael Hyatt: Becoming More Productive by Reengineering your Morning Ritual
Angel Chernoff: 12 Quiet Rituals of Extremely Successful Humans
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Direct download: PP18.mp3
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