Paul Minors is a productivity and automation nerd from Auckland, New Zealand. He blogs about productivity, business, and self-improvement, garnering over 100,000 visits on his website per month. 

Paul also offers consulting services and has worked with over 400 one-on-one clients to create more efficiency in their businesses.

In today’s episode, we talk with Paul about his obsession with productivity, and how we too can be more productive like him in order to focus on more important things in life and business. 

“A lot of productivity, I think, comes down to just good discipline. And just holding yourself accountable, and being able to make a commitment to yourself and stick to it.” — Paul Minors

Some topics that were discussed include:

  • Paul’s obsession with productivity
  • The importance of time blocking
  • How to stay disciplined
  • Top business mistakes on productivity 
  • Managing work-life balance
  • How to build an online business
  • How to stay healthy with a busy schedule
  • Using isolation tanks
  • Paul’s book recommendations
  • How to overcome life’s setbacks
  • How to make the most out of new year resolutions?

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