Every Productivity book: How to finish tasks quickly! ✅

by Jun 14, 2023

Every Productivity book: How to finish tasks quickly! ✅

But why so many distasteful tasks? 🤔

Imagine a calendar 📆 filled with delightful experiences. 😄

Would you worry about productivity then?

Notice you never aim to speed up enjoyable tasks.

Instead, let’s focus on filling your calendar with meaningful, enjoyable work. 🌟

Use Automation 🤖 to do the distasteful or repetitive tasks. This will free your time for creativity.

The real goal: fill your calendar with what you enjoy doing and let automation handle the rest. 🚀

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