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Do you want to be more productive? Join the productivity challenge to get organized, automate your work, set goals and create an action plan in 30 days! Click on the pin to read the blog article.

Do you want to be more productive and get your time back?

Seriously, how many times did you postpone responding to your mom’s email just because it was too overwhelming to open your inbox or didn’t finish a project on time because you had too many things on your plate?

Yes, this happens to me all the time!

I feel that I am easily distracted by notifications coming from everywhere and I have so many different things going on that it's hard to focus and get my work done.

Do you feel the same?

This actionable 30 Day Productivity challenge is for you!

The 30 Day Productivity Action Plan

A few weeks ago I asked the Peaceful Tribe what monthly challenge they wanted to take after this month minimalism challenge and a lot of them voted to work on their productivity.

So I thought about how to organize this 30 day challenge and decided to create an action plan with a specific activity every day. Some will only take 5 minutes, while other can take an hour. It will really depend on how much time you want to spend to organize your work and your life.

To make sure that you will follow the plan, I would recommend to set your alarm one hour earlier for the next 30 days so you can get your coffee while working on the daily action and then have some time for yourself before going to work. If it only takes you 5 minutes to finish the daily activity, you can take advantage of the time to do your nails or meditate or any other self care activity 🙂

If you prefer, you can also schedule a recurring event in your phone calendar to receive a notification whenever you think will be the best for you!

What You Will Do During The Next 30 Days

The goal for the next few weeks is to take action to get your time back.

Everyday you will find a challenge to:

Each activity will be specific and come with a step by step guide or a video to show you how to make it happen!

So, do you want to become more productive?

Join the Peaceful Tribe Facebook group  today to participate in the Productivity March Challenge with like minded people!

How Are You Going To Become More Productive?

The plan is to focus on one area of productivity at a time following four simple phases:

  1. Remove distractions from your work environment including your phone and computer
  2. Get organized and automate recurring tasks
  3. Set goals and make an action plan
  4. Other tips to make your life easier

What If I Want To Take The Challenge Later?

If you feel that March is going to be too complicated for you to take the challenge, don’t worry! By the end of the month you will be able to get the workbook to take action and be more productive any time you want!

Do you want to know when the workbook will be available?

Join the peaceful tribe or subscribe to the newsletter below and get a free workbook to help you create new habits and reach your goals in 2017:

OVER TO YOU

What tips or tools do you use to be more productive? Share them in the comments below!

Join the peaceful tribe to participate in the March Productivity Challenge by clicking here.

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Do you want to be more productive? Join the 30 day productivity challenge and follow the step by step guide to declutter, remove distractions, get organized, automate your work, set goals and create a plan. Click on the pin to read the full article!

Julie

Julie was diagnosed with anxiety and depression during the summer of 2016 and has since helped hundreds of people fight these mental illnesses and become happier. Read Julie’s inspiring story, “My Journey Into Acknowledging The Depression.” Feel free to send a message to Julie here.

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