Even though the title suggests I’m about to try to save you from the depressive depths of creative misdirection by showing you how to be more productive, I’m actually not. Not really. You see, I realise there are far too much productivity and time management advice material out there to be healthily digestible.
Productivity is the physical product of efficiency, and efficiency comes about through attention to the detail of the task at hand. The greater attention to the level of detail, the greater the accuracy and level of efficiency and therefore, productivity. In this archive, I've got articles that show you how to be more productive with your time and attention.
What is it about this society we’ve built, this collective mindset we live within, that says having nothing to do is a bad thing? Staying busy seems to be a honorable thing. We celebrate it openly with sayings such as; “If you want something done, ask a busy man”. As if to imply that not being busy is a sign of incapability and ineptitude.