I just updated the stats page with completely redesigned graphs. And I’m now logging the work I do each day, as well as posting my wakeup times!
Over the last couple of weeks I have failed at a number of things I set out to do with this project. This post lists what those are, and exactly why I failed.
Tomorrow I have my University convocation ceremony and reception. The final day of a long, long five-year journey that has been a ton of fun. I’m taking tomorrow off, so there won’t be any posts.
My first month of this project has been crazy-exciting. Click through for new articles and site features coming in June, project stats, site stats, productivity experiment updates, and more!
Next week I’m going to only post articles that have to do with improving your focus and concentration. Click through to read more about what’s coming up!
Writing about productivity blindly is a little like writing about being pregnant. I will never know what that’s like, and so writing about it would be pretty pointless. The same goes for this project.
Yesterday was an exciting day. A couple of minutes after sending out a bunch of messages to friends about launching A Year of Productivity, the site went down for several hours. But it did get a lot better, and a lot more fun.
I just got my business degree and was offered two great jobs, both of which I turned down. Why? Because I have a plan. For exactly one year, beginning May 1st, I’ll devour everything I can get my hands on about productivity, and write every day about what I’m learning. No catches – just a total focus on finding practical, tactical tips to make my life and your life better.