My Final Productivity Experiment: Living Ultra-Productively for Two Weeks

by | Apr 16, 2014 | Productivity Experiments

Takeaway: As my final productivity experiment, I’m taking the biggest lessons I’ve learned from my previous productivity experiments and living as productively as possible for two weeks.

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*sniff* *sniff* 

It’s sad to think about, but in just two short weeks my Year of Productivity project will be over.

I have some really exciting stuff planned for the close of the project (and for what I’ll be doing after), but before I share all that with you, I’m conducting one final productivity experiment. I’ve done a lot of crazy productivity experiments for my year of productivity so far, and of course I want to go out as productive as I can.

For my final productivity experiment, I’m going to live as productively as possible for two weeks; incorporating all of the incredible lessons I’ve learned from my previous productivity experiments while getting as much done as I can.

As I wind down my year of productivity things are busier than ever, so needless to say I’ll have a lot of tasks to measure how productive I am against, including: creating and designing a brand new website for after AYOP, preparing this AYOP site so it looks even more awesome after the project is over, helping coordinate a video shoot for an ending video for the project, writing a beautiful article on this experiment, and a lot more.

Here are the main rules I’m setting for myself for this experiment, with a link to the experiments the rules are based on (I’ll be writing about these and the other rules in the article!):

I’m pumped for this one, and can’t wait to share everything I learn with you!

Written by Chris Bailey

Chris Bailey has written hundreds of articles on the subject of productivity and is the author of three books: How to Calm Your Mind, Hyperfocus, and The Productivity Project. His books have been published in more than 40 languages. Chris writes about productivity on this site and speaks to organizations around the globe on how they can become more productive without hating the process.

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