Productivity shame is a feeling that you are not doing enough, whatever the number of hours you are working, or the number of tasks you are crossing off your to-do list. It also means you feel guilty when you rest or take time off watching a movie or just play around for a while. All of this is harmful and can lead to stress and burnout.
Productivity shame creates a cycle of failure and is a terrible and negative approach towards getting others to work.
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Getting Things Done is a productivity system that helps us capture our work in one place and manage where our attention is going to be. The five steps of GTD are:
Time anxiety is the feeling that you have not done enough to meet your goals or that you're not using the time you do have effectively.
Time anxiety is more than feeling overwhelmed at times - it haunts your days and causes you to procrastinate on essential tasks.
Plan and lay out tomorrow’s clothing ensemble tonight, and you’ll have one less thing to worry about.
If your first outfit of the day is gym clothes for a morning workout, even better.