• Productivity Coaching
  • GTD, Getting Things Done
  • Clutter-busting


What are you working on right now?
Are you confident that it’s the most important thing you could be doing? Do you know who is waiting on you? Do you know to whom you can go for support? Do you know how your work fits into the overarching product we’re trying to accomplish? Do you know why that product matters?




If people don’t have true clarity around what they’re doing and how it fits into their organization, they’re bound to duplicate efforts, deflate morale, spend hours on unimportant tasks, and more. To combat this problem, Rosenstein says, leaders need to prioritize clarity in everything they do in this order: Clarity of purpose; clarity of plan; and clarity of responsibility. If you can marry these three qualities, you can achieve organizational fluidity that will get the most out of your resources.Asana