#133. Kate Litterer on Productivity: How to Do Less but Achieve More
Published February 28, 2020
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    Kate Litterer is a productivity researcher and coach who specializes in intentionality, habit formation, mindfulness, and slow living. Her clients range from PhD students to tenure track professors to self-employed creatives.


    In this episode, we cover so much about how you can work smarter, so that you have more time to truly live, rest and love. Specifically we talk through:


    • Parkinson's Law (how we will use whatever time we have to do a task)
    • The Planning Fallacy (how we often underestimate time resources needed which leads to overcommitting)
    • Pomodoro Technique for Enhanced Productivity
    • Workaholism
    • Recognizing our Invisible Labor as still Effortful
    • How to set Boundaries with Ourselves
    • and more.


    This is a podcast with hacks to help you better manage your time and your restoration.


    This is a podcast with hacks to help you better manage your time and your restoration.

     

    Find Kate @ www.katelitterer.com or www.thetendingyear.com

     

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