Family Productivity: How to Be Productive While Having a Family w/ Paul Maskill (TPS335)

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Today I’m joined by Paul Maskill, a business coach helping home service business owners systematize and scale their businesses. He’s also a big productivity nerd like the rest of us and we dove into his personal productivity system, how he uses buffer blocks, why he wakes up every day at 5am, and how he delegates things within his family life.

You can learn a lot from other people and what’s working for them. This episode is no different and I’m excited to share Paul’s productivity systems with you.

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Cheat Sheet:

  • The top 3 productivity resources for this week [2:51]
  • What got Paul into the productivity world [3:50]
  • Why “The One Thing” has been one of Paul’s most helpful guides on how to work more efficiently [6:40]
  • Why you should share your goals with people you trust to help keep you motivated and accountable [10:45]
  • What a typical work-week looks like for Paul and why he keeps to a rigorous schedule [17:42]
  • Why regularly blocking out time for his work and for buffer blocks ensures Paul finishes what he needs to finish [20:45]
  • How to get back on track when you miss your prep day and how to keep your work-life balance [27:23]
  • How Paul delegates his personal tasks away to make more time for his work and family [31:25]

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