Here’s a productivity tip I used to complete the first draft of a 30,000 word manuscript in under a month while managing a full work schedule and ordinary life. It works any time I intend to do something but don’t quite get around to it. So no matter what you’re stuck on, whether it is making a phone call, producing marketing material, facing a blank page, or even cleaning the bathroom, this could be invaluable to you.
I learned this tip from a student who was panicking at her need to complete a huge amount of paperwork for professional certification in an increasingly short period of time. She was in one of my Logosynthesis® training programs and came in one day with an 8 inch stack of completed paperwork. She reported that she had aimed the three simple Logosynthesis sentences at the imagined target of hearing her mother say she would never succeed.
Using Logosynthesis for self-coaching is the subject of my book, Letting It Go: Relieve Anxiety and Toxic Stress in Just a Few Minutes Using Only Words (Rapid Relief with Logosynthesis®), but that title doesn’t hint at the other uses for this
I decided to not worry about what specific block I was dealing with when I sat down at a blank computer screen and felt tempted to play on social media instead of the work I knew I had to complete. I simply said “I retrieve all of my energy bound up in whatever is blocking me from writing.” I followed that with the two other sentences and immediately found myself in full production mode.
If you are in a hurry to try this process, I invite you to download a free copy of the Quick Start Guide to Using Logosynthesis to get the Logosynthesis sentences immediately. If you really want to learn about the power of this process, the change your life, grab your copy of Letting It Go: Relieve Anxiety and Toxic Stress in Just a Few Minutes Using Only Words (Rapid Relief with Logosynthesis®), at your favorite online book store.