Ep 011 – Productivity 5: The magic of goals
This episode sees us finishing our series on Productivity at work.
Richard and Pilar look at the value of setting appropriate goals. We examine them in terms of how they can align with our values and our roles in life and their motivating impact. We look at what makes a ‘good’ goal and how you can find meaning in a goal that has been set for you by someone else.
We end the episode by exploring some common productivity myths. We hope you’ve enjoyed this series and have found some practical tips and advice you can implement. Let us know how you’re getting on via twitter (@WorkLifePsych) or via our website (www.worklifepsych.com/contact).
Resources we mentioned:
- Blog post on productivity myths from Trello: https://blog.trello.com/5-common-productivity-myths-to-stop-believing?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=jan2018_newsletter1
- Goal monitoring article from ‘Science for Work’: https://scienceforwork.com/blog/goal-monitoring/
‘My Pocket Psych’ is brought to you by WorkLifePsych Ltd, experts in coaching, training and structured development programmes. The podcast is presented by Dr. Richard A. MacKinnon, managing director of WorkLifePsych and Pilar Orti.
- Date November 21, 2018
- Tags Productivity