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Productivity Paradox

By Tonya Dalton

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Description

We all have 168 hours in a week, so why is it we feel we don’t have the time to focus on the things that matter most? It’s not you - it’s the systems that are failing. Productivity Paradox is a weekly podcast specifically designed to give you ACTIONABLE strategies and exercises to help you create a life centered around YOUR own personal PRIORITIES. Tonya Dalton is a leading expert in harnessing your productivity and streamlining systems to help you discover the strategies that work for YOUR life. Through time proven tactics, you can discover your own customized productivity system and achieve life changing results in business, relationships and personal growth.

Customer Reviews

Inkwell Press Rocks!

Tonya at Inkwell Press has really helped me look at how I can become more productive and proactive. Her ideas help me to realize where I can improve and how to go aout it. Thank you, Inkwell Press and Tonya!

LOVE this podcast.

Tonya is a productivity wizard and she makes everything so simple and easy to digest. So many great recommendations. Thanks so much!

Liking it with caution

I'm a productivity podcast junkie. I love them, but I can never find one I can actually stick with because they turn into blithering mommy-isms (rants about daipers and naptimes). I'm a woman that loves planners and productivity, but doesn't want and doesn't like children(I don't want to hear stories about them).

I hate it when productivity podcasts go from being about being productive in life and business to getting tips on feeding a two year old dinner in 30 mins. Being a mother is an aspect of being a woman, but not all of it. I hope parenting doesn't take the podcast over, but I'm nervous it will. She should keep in mind that not all people interest in poductivity are parents or are women.

She aknoweleged that families look different for different people. That was GREAT. I like that, but their are hints of "I'm going to mommy out on you" on the podcast. I hope it stays fun, informative, applicable to everyone and interesting.

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