Episode 25: Get Productive with Ann Gomez of Clear Concept Inc.

Episode 25: Ann Gomez Ann Gomez is a Productivity Consultant and the founding president of Clear Concept Inc.

Ann and her team work with busy professionals who are looking to get more done each day.

They help people become more productive by learning how to prioritize effectively, manage interruptions and deal with overwhelming amounts of information.

Ann has worked with many Fortune 500 companies including financial institutions, law firms and many other industries.

Ann is an active blogger and has served as a spokesperson for several clients.

She is often quoted in the Globe & Mail and has appeared on both ROBtv and BNN.

Inside This Episode

 Ann Gomez Kick Multi-tasking Habit

  • Productivity Tools
    • Ann Gomez To Do ListGet a world class to do list that is:
      • centralized
      • categorized
      • commitment oriented
    • Consult & complete that list
    • Have a good daily process or routine in place 
    • Have the office supplies you need to function
  • Self Care Tips that lead to Greater Productivity
    •  Exercise (as a routine)
    •  Sleep (7-9 hours a night)
    •  Build breaks into your day

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  1. Libby

    I absolutely LOVED this episode…Even though I am now a “stay-at-home” grandma, I can so identify with all the frustrations and “paralyzing” effects of having too many things on my “to do list” and my “wish I could do list”. I have always kept such lists, but all the “to dos” never seem to get done! I do re-write, organize and reorganize, and prioritize (as if this in itself gets it done), but I don’t seem to accomplish as much as I’d like to. The suggestion to prioritize, select a limited number (2) to place at the top of the list, get started, set a completion date, and complete it, may not seem to be such a novel idea at first glance, but it certainly is, if I would just follow through!
    I need to listen again to get all the terminology and advice straight. BTW, I am guilty of too much clutter, too many distractions, too many alerts, redundancy, and not applying the “one touch” principal.
    A very good, informative, helpful, interview and the host, Natalie, is such a delight…she brings a practical, insightful, and fun approach to her podcast!

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