All of the crazy productivity experiments I’ve conducted on myself so far.
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My TEDx talk about how to find meaningful work! I love how it turned out.
Next week I’m posting a short video about AYOP, and going out with a bang. Be excited :-)
For my final productivity experiment, I’m taking all of the incredible productivity lessons I’ve learned so far and living them all for two weeks.
Soylent is a powdered food substitute that supplies your body with all of its daily nutritional needs. I ate it exclusively for a week as a productivity experiment–here’s everything I learned.
The biggest mistake people make when they try to be productive: they try to do more things, instead of the right things.
Power Nap will wake you up from your nap before you fall into a deep sleep (measuring your sleep phase through your iPhone’s accelerometer), so you don’t wake up groggy.
To meditate (or do anything) every day, shrink the length of a session until you no longer feel a mental resistance to it.
To manage people’s expectations (e.g. that you don’t work past 5pm, or respond to email after work hours), install a send-it-later plugin for your email client.
I recently interviewed Tim Pychyl, a world-renowned procrastination researcher, about why we procrastinate and what we can do to stop. Here’s why you procrastinate, and 10 tactics that will help you stop.