Relax, Don’t Worry: The Brain Science of Productivity

Everyone you meet these days is overworked and out of time. In our tech-enhanced world, we have more timesaving helpers and systems than ever before.

So, why isn’t there enough time to juggle our work, home and health responsibilities? We have an enhanced quality of life, but we’re also adding to our stress levels by taking on more tasks than we have resources to handle.

There’s a tremendous need for new methods, systems and, above all, habits to keep us on track.


This is a brief synopsis of a 2000 word article suitable for consultants’ newsletters for executives and leaders in organizations. It is available for purchase with full reprint rights, which means you may put your name on it and use it in your newsletters, blogs or other marketing materials. You may also modify it and add your personal experiences.

There are three versions of this article: 2000 words, 1000 words, and 3 Article Nuggets. (approximate word counts). The full article covers the following sub-topics:

Information Fatigue
The Left- Versus Right-Brain Battle
Brain Clutter
What’s Wrong With To-Do Lists?
Open Loops
Manage the Mind to Manage Action
No Defined Steps
A Bottom-Up Approach
Empty Your Mind
Basic Requirements for Managing Commitments


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All word lengths are approximate.

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