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Productivity is a science.

A productive day needs a structure, a structure that allows an individual to maximise their efficiency in regards to their long term goals. This free project aims to help you connect with a thought process that enables you to extract as much from your day as possible so that you can meet and surpass the objectives that you have set for yourself.


  • A concept of productivity that enables you to define, set and allocate tasks that bring you closer to your goals.

  • Suggestions that consider you and your day to day activities. Nothing in this project is set in stone, you can add to or take away from the suggestions inside of this project to fit your needs.

  • An Audiobook and Ebook copy of the project. Your productivity, Your learning, Your Choice.


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I am a young advisor to Off The Record Bristol, a young persons confidential mental health service dedicated to helping young people through a multitude of treatments and services. You can find out more about them here.


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