073: Introducing The Productivity Shift - Why I Changed the Podcast Name and What to Do Next
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If you've been listening to this podcast for a while now, you know that I am big on words. I like to know what words mean and I like to use the "right" words to express what I am trying to say whenever possible.
It is through that lens that I looked at my business and realized that I wanted to make a change – a shift, actually. So, as of now, this podcast is now known as THE PRODUCTIVITY SHIFT...and in this episode, I tell you all about why that shift is happening.
I've come to realize that using the word “breakthrough” for my podcast may have been misleading.
Making a breakthrough and making a shift are two related but distinct ideas.
While breakthroughs and shifts can both lead to positive change and progress, they differ in their nature and the way they come about:
- Breakthroughs often involve a sudden and unexpected change, while shifts are more deliberate and intentional.
- Breakthroughs can be transformative and have a big impact, but they can also be unpredictable and difficult to replicate.
- Shifts, on the other hand, are more reliable and can be repeated and built upon over time.
It's important to point out that both making a breakthrough and making a shift requires a willingness to experiment, learn, and adapt. That happens to be what I'm good at; helping you learn, experiment and adapt to help you make progress on what matters most while still being present enough to enjoy your life, your work, and your people.
And with The Productivity Shift, I can help you run little experiments that create big impacts. One episode at a time.
Let’s start right now with The Weekly Shift: What is the biggest productivity problem you are facing right now? Pick ONE small action you could take every day to improve.
And if you feel stuck, head on over to TheProductivityShift on Facebook and I'll get you what you need to run your productivity experiment.