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To Get Things Done, Know Your Metric

The key to productivity isn’t saving time—it’s measuring it

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Have you ever had one of those days where you feel super accomplished but then you look back and see that you have done … not a lot? Or, conversely, you chastise yourself at the end of the day for being unproductive, but when you write down the things you have achieved, you’re actually pretty proud of…




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Michelle Loucadoux, MBA

Michelle Loucadoux, MBA

Author, educator, and self-improvement nerd. Co-founder of Danscend. My books: My email:

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