January 8, 2024
We’re not just talking about work, but also the power of intentional rest. We’ll share our personal experiences and strategies on how to make the most of your time.
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Welcome to Crowdfunding Nerds, episode 160! This is Andrew, your host, and joining me today is Sean. Ever wondered how to optimize your productivity while staying sane? Well, we’re here to discuss just that – the importance of taking breaks for peak productivity.
We’re not just talking about work, but also the power of intentional rest. We’ll share our personal experiences and strategies on how to make the most of your time. Listen as I discuss the value of play and purposeful rest, while Sean emphasizes the need for discipline and setting boundaries.
We’ll also delve into how breaks can reboot your productivity and how to return to work with renewed focus. Discover how clear goal-setting, regular reviews, and mindful time management can boost your productivity.
Struggling with tech distractions? We’ll share strategies to manage your time better, like scheduled breaks, digital curfews, and task-focused work hours. Plus, learn about the benefits of accountability partners and community support.
So, get ready to balance work and rest for an optimal crowdfunding journey!
Links to check out:
Episode 159 (Setting goals among other things): https://crowdfundingnerds.com/episode159/
Episode 150 (Embracing change): https://crowdfundingnerds.com/episode150
06:30 The Power of Taking Breaks
10:20 Play and Intentional Rest
16:40 Discipline and Setting Boundaries
23:10 Breaks for a Productivity Reboot
28:00 Goal-Setting and Time Management
33:20 Managing Tech Distractions
37:30 Strategies for Better Time Management
44:00 The Role of Accountability Partners and Community Support
52:20 Conclusion and Key Takeaways
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