These ten posts are Productive Flourishing’s most popular posts, as measured by pageviews, comments, trackbacks, and submission to social media sites. Enjoy!
- How Heatmapping Your Productivity Can Make You More Productive
- Do Epic Shit
- Demystifying the Creative Process
- 15 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Working Another Day
- Create, Connect, and Consume
- Do You Have An Idea Garden?
- The Rebirth of Entrepreneurialism
- Would You Buy Happiness?
- What Will Make The Biggest Difference?
- Stop Shuffling and Start Creating
Learning to look at your day by when you’re in the Flow can help you get more done with less effort. Use the Daily Productivity Heatmap to figure out when you’re working at your best!
Rather than do something small and work like hell to build a story around it, do epic shit and let it speak for itself.
Almost everyone has creative potential. What separates creatives from people who think they’re not creative is that the creatives have a grip on the creative process. It’s not mystical – there are four steps of creativity that we can all walk through to become more creative.
Are you in the right line of work? Should you be doing something else? Ask yourself these 15 questions before you decide to work another day.
We all have three major things we need to do – we need to create, connect, and consume. Instead of trying to figure out exactly how we’re going to create them, it may be better to leave things more open.
An idea garden is simply a place to put ideas to get them off your mind. A key habit is to review the garden, tend the ideas, and keep them growing without them throwing you off focus while you work.
The economic ground is changing underneath our feet, but many people aren’t aware of it. This post is the start of a series that discusses how things are change and how creative people can harness the changes to do what we love. Don’t miss this series.
People’s thoughts about happiness and whether it can be bought vary considerably. This is a short post, but the comment section is where all the major action happens.
What will make the biggest difference to your well-being? This short, poetic post may help you answer that question.
Creative people have a tendency to shuffle from project to project, with the result that a lot of projects are indefinitely half-done. Doing this makes it harder to complete any given project because you’re always losing inertia and trying to build momentum. Rather than continue this trend, focus on pushing projects to done before you build momentum on new projects.