Weekly Productivity Tip #19: Happy Unproductive Christmas!

Just wanted to wish you happy unproductive Christmas!

Slow down a bit and enjoy the holiday time with your family and loved ones – without any pressures of being super-productive.

When you do this, you recharge your batteries and are loaded with energy when you get back to work again!


Your next tasks:

1. Put this blog post into action!

  • Relax and enjoy Christmas!
  • Spend quality time with your family and loved ones!

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

  • What are your plans for this Christmas?

3. Spread the word:

I would appreciate it if you share this post on Twitter or on Facebook.

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  1. Hey Timo,

    You are like the third person that gives that message of slowing a bit down and taking a brake from working so hard.

    I guess I’m going to do just that and come back with my batteries recharged like you say!

    Take care and hope you had an amazing Christmas day with your loved ones! ;-)

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    • Timo Kiander says:


      Thank you very much, same for you too!

      2012 is ahead of us, so slowing down a bit gives you more power to get stuff done next year :)


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