Running 2 Keep Up
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Running 2 Keep Up

As far as Productivity is concerned, not all time is created equally

How to identify your highest impact times of day- and how to save it for your highest impact work

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I first read about the concept of Biological Prime Time in Chris Bailey’s book The Productivity Project. Let me clear at the outset- there is much in Mr Bailey’s book that I find…




Productive Thinking about Personal Development and Habit Formation

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Andrew Burns

Andrew Burns

Productive thinking on personal development, habit formation and limiting procrastination. You can find my website at

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