Productivity For Soloists

A quick Amazon search shows over 50,000 productivity titles—probably because as a society, we are obsessed with being productive. But what does productivity look like for Soloists?

My theory—and I’m curious for your experience—is that many Soloists approach productivity a bit differently:

My own (positive) experience with the classic Getting Things Done—and what seemed missing for Soloists (hint: joy + impact).

What happens when you lighten your cognitive load in organizing your work and life.

How some contemporary productivity books, especially Slow Productivity (Cal Newport) and 4,000 Weeks (Oliver Burkeman) are addressing a non-hustle and deeply satisfying way to work.

Why slow is often better than fast and less can be more.

The role of hitting your “enough” goal consistently in re-thinking how you want to work.

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Getting Things Done

Slow Productivity

4,000 Weeks

Essentialism

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