I used to dream of being the “perfect person.”
Someone with unlimited motivation; the paragon of productivity; a champion of good habits.
I thought that if I just tried hard enough I could “will” myself to do anything.
Now, however, I’ve come to the conclusion that I was wrong.
Humans are mercurial beings: ready to conquer the world one day, but steeped neck deep in our own self-doubt the next.
Thus, I realized that productivity isn’t something fixed that you can achieve,
productivity is an art; it’s mastery of self.
And that’s really what Productive You is all about. Mastering your “self” one day at a time until ultimately you become your most… well, Productive You!
Which is probably the reason why I’m so obsessed with productivity.
For example, I score 95 out of 100 for having organized behavior in my personal and professional life compared to the world average of 51* (middle number is the mean and the orange line is the 1st standard deviation.)
I also have a score of 95 out of 100 for analytical behavior.
In other words, organization and analyzation are like my super powers.
But they can also be my biggest weaknesses (again, perfectionism.)
I also rank very highly for being “intentional”. Intentional people are motivated to help others so long as they feel like the people want their help and will benefit from it.
I’m almost as equally “resourceful”, meaning I’m motivated by maximizing efficiency and ROI.
I show you these personality traits not to brag, but to demonstrate that productivity is at the core of my being.
It’s who I am, and because of my Intentional motivator I want to share it with the world!
So if you’re looking for help, or at the very least a strong opinion, on productivity, habits, and personal development then you’ve come to the right place.
But the relentless pursuit of personal productivity prowess is what defines me as a person, and I’m striving to get better every day. I definitely don’t have all the answers, but I think I’ve picked up some insights over the years.