Being productive takes more than the right tools and supportive habits. This is one reason why my approach to helping people get things done is a holistic one. I look at things on all levels, one of them being physical.
That level encompasses more than having your environment structured in a way that serves you. Another necessary component is diet. What you eat will either fuel or hinder your productivity. How many times have you stopped working to eat lunch, come back to what you were were working on and just not had the energy or capacity to continue with the same focus or to continue at all? You might also find that there are times in the day when you lose concentration.
Then there are those times when you're on the go all day so you either miss out on meals or end up eating things that you know you shouldn't eat, but you do because it's what's available, sucomming to the horrors of fast food. What's convenient isn't necessarily what's good for you. It's easy to give into the excuse of not having the time to prepare proper meals or to shop, but you're paying the price both physically and when it comes to getting things off your to-do list.
Simply put, food impacts your prodcutivity. It's time to look at what you're eating that diminishes your productivity and make a shift to fueling your prodcutivity. During this broadcast I'm going to show you how what you're eating is eating away at your productiity and help you see how changing what you eat can contribute to increasing your productivity by 20%.
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