Episode 27: Minimum Viable Productivity

If you’re ridiculously hard on yourself, and deep down, you know it’s got to stop (but you don’t know how), today’s 17-minute episode is for you.

I dig deeper into the concept of Minimum Viable Productivity (MVP) from last week’s episode with Dr Erin Baker.

**Person at the back raises hand** (“Erm, I didn’t listen to Dr Erin yet. Will I be lost?”) Nope. This solo episode can stand alone. But, since this is a podcast for overachievers, I’m sure you’ll go back and listen anyway, superstar.

If you’re accustomed to constant doing, that feels safe. It’s STOPPING the whole hustle culture that feels unsafe, right? Your inner critic goes ballistic with worst case scenarios (from irrelevance to homelessness to bad hair).

In this episode, you’ll learn how to give your body the memo that it’s safe to rest and do less. It’s safe to turn in work (now and again) that’s “good enough.” Nothing terrible happens. And if you’re not ready to take the steps I share, even thinking about it can start to create a shift.

Press play. Let’s get this MVP party started.



Last week’s episode: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/episode-26-your-natural-state-of-achievement-with-dr/id1573562560?i=1000548496046