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Why more play makes you more productive
Why more play makes you more productive
Why more play makes you more productive
Why more play makes you more productive
Why more play makes you more productive
Why more play makes you more productive
Why more play makes you more productive
Why more play makes you more productive
Why more play makes you more productive
Why more play makes you more productive
Why more play makes you more productive
Why more play makes you more productive
Why more play makes you more productive
Why more play makes you more productive
Why more play makes you more productive
Why more play makes you more productive
Why more play makes you more productive
Why more play makes you more productive
Why more play makes you more productive
Why more play makes you more productive
Why more play makes you more productive
Why more play makes you more productive
Why more play makes you more productive
Why more play makes you more productive
Why more play makes you more productive
Why more play makes you more productive
Why more play makes you more productive
Why more play makes you more productive
Why more play makes you more productive
Why more play makes you more productive
Why more play makes you more productive
Why more play makes you more productive
Why more play makes you more productive
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Why more play makes you more productive

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Most people think play is a non-essential, optional, inconsequential part of the day. Learn why more time for quality play actually is all about productivity! …

Most people think play is a non-essential, optional, inconsequential part of the day. Learn why more time for quality play actually is all about productivity!
Discover the 4 types of time in your day.
Find out why psychologist recommend you schedule your play time before you work time.

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  • 1. makes you more WHY MORE PLAY PRODUCTIVE
  • 2. how to be more productive: WE ALL KNOW
  • 3. MAKE LISTS
  • 4. FOLLOW LISTS
  • 5. CROSS OFF LISTS and
  • 6. GOOD LUCK WITH THAT
  • 7. The reality is this:
  • 8. The average worker is interrupted every 4-8 minutes for an average of 8-12 minutes.
  • 9. Do the math: based on a 50 week year, allowing for weekends and it adds up to…
  • 10. a pain in the ass THAT’S RIGHT-
  • 11. THERE HASa better way TO BE
  • 12. DID YOU KNOW,
  • 13. DID YOU KNOW, there are four t'es of time?
  • 14. PLANNING
  • 15. PRODUCTION
  • 16. PERSONAL
  • 17. PLAYand
  • 18. lets you ration time to avoid over committing PLANNING
  • 19. is single-focus, get-it-done work time PRODUCTION
  • 20. PERSONALis for family, friends, and food
  • 21. is all for you PLAY and
  • 22. PLAYis when you are so in the moment you can’t think of anything else
  • 23. PLAYis when time flies by (and you don’t care)
  • 24. PLAYresets your mind renews your spirit recharges your commitment
  • 25. PLAYis what makes you ready to be productive. and
  • 26. with play and productivity… HERE’ THE TRICK
  • 27. First, plan the play in your day.
  • 28. Then plan your work.
  • 29. it makes being productive a lot easier.
  • 30. enough play? HAVE YOU GOT
  • 31. Photo credits:! ! Guy in black shirt - www.flickr.com/photos/breatheindigital/4418188897! List on arm - www.flickr.com/photos/robandstephanielevy/4616960925! Toy soldiers - www.flickr.com/photos/pagedooley/4088806261! Cross off list - www.flickr.com/photos/barkbud/4772858837! Good luck with that - www.flickr.com/photos/joshuacraig/2415343592! Workers at desks - www.flickr.com/photos/flattr/5665168846! Pain in the ass - www.flickr.com/photos/sneuweger/10418151535! “a better way” - http://photofunia.com/! Clock - www.flickr.com/photos/aldaron/536362686! Files on desk - www.flickr.com/photos/irisheyes/384102! Keyboard - https://www.flickr.com/photos/eneas/2767689552! Man with family - www.flickr.com/photos/trailsherpa/6767326607! Guitar player - www.flickr.com/photos/fruey/7489124186! Woman reading book - www.flickr.com/photos/roseannadana/8208523749! Woman painting - www.flickr.com/photos/archer10/5223969591! Man walking dog - www.flickr.com/photos/vastateparksstaff/13064148554! Woman smiling - www.flickr.com/photos/worldizen/4563405626! Man running - www.flickr.com/photos/manicomi/2625869734! Men over laptop - www.flickr.com/photos/fabola/8442718170! Man presenting - www.flickr.com/photos/fabola/13055089933! Man smiling in blue shirt - www.flickr.com/photos/matthewalmonroth/5497655825
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