In this new work-from-home world, productivity has become a bit of an obsession for everyone. We’re all trying to be more productive, from everyday managers and business owners to personal development gurus and CEOs. But how do we actually become more productive?
That’s what our guest Paul Minors, the King of Productivity, is here to answer. He’s here to share his fundamental productivity principles and some of the most common mistakes people make when trying to be more productive. We’ll also share some great tools and apps you can implement in your business to boost your productivity fast.
We hope you enjoy this re-released episode. In this new working world, Paul’s tips feel more useful than ever! Enjoy.
About today’s guest
Paul Minors is a productivity consultant and blogger. He’s been featured by big dogs like Asana, HuffPost and Evernote. Over 100K people visit his website every single month to do one thing: learn how to be productive.
He helps businesses to optimise their systems to support efficiency and growth. In the last few years, he’s worked with over 400 one-on-one clients to create more efficient businesses using the very best productivity and sales tools like Asana, Pipedrive and Zapier.
- How to use Asana to boost productivity for your business
- Why focusing on improving employee productivity will boost morale and profits
- How to organize your day to increase productivity
- The biggest productivity traps that drain your brain
Some of the questions we ask:
- What’s the 80/20 principle and how it can be used in the eCommerce world?
- Are there any other key productivity principles you should remember when building an eCommerce business?
- What is the most common productivity mistake most eCommerce business owners make?
- Are there any tactics you use to get over procrastination?
Links mentioned in this episode
Meet your host
Podcast host, marketer, traveller and a life lover from Vancouver, Canada
When she’s not at her computer, conquering the world of e-commerce email-marketing, you can find her climbing one of the Pacific Northwest Ranges.
Alternatively, try her email at firstname.lastname@example.org, and she’ll probably shoot you back a list of her favorite cat videos.