The Productivity Knowledge Categories is a set of categories for learning and diving deeper into the art and science of productivity. It’s a lens for looking at the productivity and results space with more precision and distinctions. Use the Productivity Knowledge Categories to organize and share your knowledge, principles, patterns, and practices for productivity and results.
- Action – Anything about action or execution, including to do lists, execution checklists … etc.
- Efficiency / Effectiveness – Figuring out the right things to do and then how to do them better.
- Energy Management – Anything related to your personal energy and passion.
- Expectations – Setting and resetting expectations for yourself and others.
- Focus – Where you put your attention and your energy.
- Goals / Objectives – What you want to accomplish.
- Information Management – Anything related to organizing information.
- Learning – Anything related to how you learn and improve.
- Mindset and Motivation – Anything related to inspiration or motivation and how you make meaning.
- Planning – Organizing and sequencing your work.
- Prioritizing – Figuring out what’s most important, what to focus on, and what to do next.
- Reference – Anything about information that’s not actionable, but serves as a helpful reference.
- Self-Awareness – Anything related to figuring out your thinking, feeling, and doing patterns or behavior.
- Self-Discipline – Anything related to correcting your behavior.
- Task Management – Organizing and managing your tasks.
- Time Management – Organizing and managing your time.
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