Accomplish More: How to Replace Busyness with Productivity

Chris Kresser, M.D.

Are you feeling burned out? Not enough time in the day to get work done? Do you have trouble remembering the last time you unplugged and truly relaxed? If you answered yes to any of those questions, you’re not alone.

If you want to accomplish more, focus on one task at a time—stop multitasking.

I have spent much of my professional life fine-tuning my own productivity so that I can accomplish more without working longer hours and destroying my health. Read on to learn how “busyness” doesn’t equal productivity, how to cut out distractions, and how to accomplish more by actually doing less. Being mindful, learning to prioritize, and scheduling downtime and play are all important for a productive, happy life.

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