Michelle Loucadoux

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There has to be some world in which we get important things done with focus, but we don’t subsequently shave years off our lives with lack of sleep, stress, and exhaustion. So, how do we reinvent productivity in a way that keeps the good parts of it, but chucks the bad?
It’s easy to chalk the day or the project up to a “learning experience” and start the next day or project with a blank (and thus, perfect) slate. Most of the time, this is absolutely the wrong move. Here are three ways your perfectionism is killing your side hustle…and what to do instead.
What does one do when smacked in the face with an unwarranted passionate response to what you thought would be a benign interaction? What do you do when an interaction goes awry? Well, that’s a great question.
If you’re not careful with how you deal with harmful self-talk, it can impact both your work performance and your life in general.
While day batching as a concept may seem simple, I have learned a few things since I started using the system about a year ago. Here’s a step-by-step plan for making it work for you.