Thinking and productivity

Productivity methods, no matter which you turn to, revolve around intentionality. It’s applying a system, a tool, or a practice to a thing that could be made better. More efficient. But if applied without intention, none of that will help a bit.

I’ve found that my ability to get something done is tied to more than just brute forcing something through. In fact, these days I find that nerely impossible. I can’t just make myself do better. It’s important to think more, to go on walks, run in the woods, drink water, sleep, and above all make sure I’m keeping my mind and body healthy.

When all those elements are in place I can then focus on a problem and figure out the best way to do it. 

Via tbr.