I love a good article on productivity. In fact, I made sure to include plenty of productivity resources throughout the Spark ecourse to remind participants that productivity isn’t something you think about once in a while…it’s something that needs focus so habits are formed. It would be a waste of time to read a lesson about productivity and finding what works best for you only to turn around and sit for hours working on perfecting your Pinterest boards. Productivity takes practice.
Each Spark ecourse email comes with a handful of resources…and guess what? Many participants reply to the emails with even more resources that they think would help others! How cool is that? Pretty soon these emails will be overflowing with resources!
Want to get a taste of what it’s like to get one of these emails?
The emails start with a quick introduction and possibly a reminder of a past lesson. The main part of the email goes into the main lesson for the day — there may be some journaling, some listing, an invitation to create something with your hands, or a request to step away from the computer for a little while. At the end of each email there’s a question…and then the resources follow. Here’s an idea of what it looks like…
Spark your interest?
- How to stop procrastinating by using the 2 minute rule
- 3 ways Katie of the Small Change Project runs her home like a business (bookmark her site, she has so many awesome things to say)
- GTD: Getting Things Done <– That’s the kind of name I like to see in a productivity method!
- …speaking of productivity methods, why not see if you dig the Pomodoro method?
- 5 reasons to get outside this week
- Ali Edwards chats about block scheduling
- 16 ways to get motivated
- A blogging calendar — how do you organize yours? There are lots of ways, here is how I was organizing mine recently
- 3 ways busy bloggers can capture their ideas on the go
- Buffer (one of my favorite digital tools) crowd sourced productivity tips, tricks, and tools in a Twitter chat recently
- Q&A: How do you stay focused?
- 3 reasons to take a break
- Productivity list: A handy guide to getting important things done
- How to make decisions <– sounds easy, right?
- Maybe sleeping in isn’t such a bad idea. Sleeping longer to achieve more?
- 5 tips for avoiding blogger burnout
- How I conquer my to do list
- 4 online tools to help you stay organized
Like what you see? You can enter to win free registration to the Spark ecourse through Friday of this week. Two will win!
If you’re ready to rekindle your passion for blogging and get your site meeting your expectations, register for the Spark ecourse. This 30 day email-based course is the right mix of inspiration, motivation, and kick-in-the-pants that you’re looking for.