The struggle with procrastination is real for many of us and we think it is just how we are for assorted reasons. It isn’t just me, right? Procrastination could possibly be my middle name! Certainly not, Productivity Diva! Well, if you are ready to get a bit vulnerable and dig into the “why” were that way then Windy Lawson may have the course for you to become a Productivity Diva! Ready to see if it is right for you, or you could just put it off…

GSD: Becoming a Productivity Diva


Like the other courses I have reviewed from Windy Lawson, Cultivating Creativity and Creating a Vision Board that Works, Get Sh!t Done: Becoming a Productivity Diva is a quick but powerful one. It helps you to dig into the root of the probably not just through quick-fix solutions at it. One of the key tenets of behavior change, y’all, is to understand why you keep doing the same thing over and over.


Besides being quick yet very, very thorough, Windy’s course suggests tools for the new and improved productivity diva that you’ll become after you dig in and figure out what is holding you back emerges. Furthermore, the best part about these tools? They are free!

Area for improvement

I am not sure if the online learning platform that is utilized has made some changes or if Windy Lawson made the changes but some of the buttons and navigation features are a bit challenging to read now from her previous courses.

Who would benefit from this course?

If you are a chronic procrastinator, stop and snag this course. If you have uttered the words “I work better under pressure,” I have bad news – – you too are a procrastinator. Don’t worry, that is totally something I used to say, you are in good company. 😉 Or if you feel like there are never enough hours in the day, then I would suggest using one of those hours to check it out.

However, if you are extremely efficient and always use your time wisely, then you can roll on past taking it!

…the best possible way to prepare for tomorrow is to concentrate with all your intelligence, all your enthusiasm, on doing today’s work superbly today. That is the only possible way you can prepare for the future.

Dale Carnegie

What’s next?

Y’all, I have a huge collection of courses that I am eager to take and I’ll loop you in on to give you the good, bad, and not so useful to avoid.

Additionally, I have a little library of reading on the left side of my desk that is calling my name so we have a book review brewing.

As always, I would love to have your feedback so drop me a line, comment below or hop over to our Facebook community to chat!

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