My guest on this week’s episode of The Corepreneur Podcast is the fabulous Tonya Dalton, a nationally recognized productivity expert, best-selling author, and speaker.
In addition to having her book being named one of the Top 10 Business Books of 2019 by Fortune Magazine, Tonya’s podcast, Productivity Paradox is ranked among the top 50 in the self-improvement category on iTunes. She is a featured expert on several networks including NBC and Fox and is a regular contributor for Entrepreneur, and has also been featured in some of the world’s leading publications including Forbes, Inc, Fast Company, and Real Simple.
In today’s episode, we talk about the reasons why work ethic works against us, the five P’s of creating structure, and the value of imperfection. And you will learn what productivity really means, how leaders can be more vulnerable, and why it’s so important to prioritize happiness.
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“When you allow other people to lift you up and to help you, you are really bringing them into your circle and making them feel more a part of your team and that’s more powerful than anything else.” – Tonya Dalton
- Why it’s important to prioritize happiness
- How to be more productive
- What productivity really means
- The value of imperfection
- How leaders can be vulnerable
“I want people to walk away from the idea that productivity is doing more. – Tonya Dalton
The Five P’s of Creating Structure:
- Get a copy of The Joy of Missing Out by Tonya Dalton
- Listen and subscribe to Productivity Paradox
- Connect with Tonya Dalton:
“Productivity isn’t about doing more, it’s about doing what is most important.” – Tonya Dalton