Admit it, you envy productive people. You keep telling yourself that you could be more productive if only you use your time better and smarter. You read books and blogs and listen to podcasts on productivity hacks. You know the drill by heart: Set goals, use a timer for uninterrupted focus, avoid distractions, focus on one task at a time, and just hustle after what you want. But when its late morning already, and you have not accomplished any of your to-do items even though you got up early and hustled to work. You wonder to yourself when you will figure this productivity thing out. Heres the problem: Your relationship with productivity is a forceful one. You want to force productivity into your day, rather than, shall we say, integrate it? Forcing habits, routines, and ideas into ourselves fails every single time.
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