Weekly Productivity Tip #24: Use Your Own Head When Taking Action!

Too often our actions are influenced by the opinions of our friends and peers.

Although you should listen what your friends has to say, sometimes you have to use critical thinking and make the decisions (and take action) based on your own judgement


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Your next tasks:

1. Put this blog post into action!

  • Listen what you friends has to say to you, but …
  • Make the decisions and take action based on your own judgement!

2. Share your experiences and tips on the comment area:

  • What do you think of this advice, have you found it easy or difficult to implement in practice?

3. Spread the word:

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About Timo Kiander

My name is Timo Kiander aka Productive Superdad.

I want to show how an online entrepreneur like you can improve your productivity in your online business.


  1. Great blog exactly what i was looking for bookmarked alrady!! Thanks ))


  2. In order to stay up to date, I subscribe to a lot of great blogs via my newsreader. I categorise blogs into different sections to help me find the information I want quickly (e.g. blogging, marketing, domain names etc).

    As a blogger, I think it is very important to stay up to date with the latest news and discussions with your blogs topic and with blogging and web development in general. This is particularly true for those that are still developing as a blogger.

    • Timo Kiander says:


      True, That is a great way to organize your feeds – that’s what I do as well.


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