Productivity hacks are needed. In fact, what many people really need is not a hack but an overhaul. The problem with this is that they’re hard to come by; like a good mechanic, it’s hard to find someone who will show you the whole engine in one sitting. The myth of productivity hacks and time management has led a lot of people to believe that if their routines weren’t repetitive, and if they could nudge themselves into thinking more creatively and innovatively, then everything would fall into place.

While the mechanics of time management may have changed over time, the basic concept has not. These ideas got us where we are today, and will get us where we’re going tomorrow. It’s important to remember this when you’re frantically searching for “10 Steps To 10 Minutes Of Productivity”.

“You can’t manage what you don’t measure.” Stephen Covey

Unfortunately, this is a problem with which we’re all faced at some point in our lives. Productivity hacks and time management are things that are hard to come by, and thus, hard to trust. This makes sense because they’re often more of an idea than they are a reality.

So how can you be certain that the hack you’re being told about will actually work for you? Why spend all this time for people to tell you, “here’s my secret”, if there’s no guarantee that it will help at all?

While the mechanics of time management have changed over time, the basic concept has not.

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“You can’t manage what you don’t measure.” Stephen Covey

The idea of productivity hacks is something we all cling to because it’s an easy way to feel like we’re doing something. It’s telling ourselves that if we haven’t figured out how to write more efficiently or productively, then we’re somehow incompetent. This perpetuates a system in which people are only as productive as their least productive tasks.

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