The Tip To Shoot Your Productivity Through The Roof | #ProductivitySeries Vol. 6 | Workshop Guru
I’m so excited for Part 6 of our our #ProductivitySeries! Last week we talked about wrapping up your day the right way, so today I’m sharing the extremely tip to implement that will not only reduce your workload, but keep yourself organized and on track to a productive, successful day!

If you haven’t seen the first five #ProductivitySeries videos, check them out here!
Part One – Creating Your Work Space
Part Two – Using Your Time Effectively
Part Three – Rest And Recharge
Part Four – What You Should Be Doing In The Morning
Part Five – How To Wrap Up Your Day As An Actor

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Ajarae Coleman | Workshop Guru


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Ajarae Coleman is a working actress living in Los Angeles. You can see her on shows like ABC’s SCANDAL, REVENGE, PRIVATE PRACTICE, and THE CATCH, CBS’s THE McCARTHYS, 2 BROKE GIRLS, and NCIS: NEW ORLEANS, NBC’s DAYS OF OUR LIVES, TNT’s PERCEPTION, I'M SORRY on Netflix, and more. Ajarae founded Acting Resource Guru (ARG) in 2012 to give actors practical steps to book more work and take ownership of their careers. In 2020, Ajarae launched The Table, an exclusive online membership for actors who crave an artistic life that goes beyond just booking gigs. They are ready to make a greater impact, which looks like building communities of collaborators, creating their own opportunities, and developing residual income streams. Ajarae believes that actors play a huge role in bringing forth a reality where every being on the planet is safe and valued, and The Table empowers actors to claim their seat. Join the Interest List at to be notified when the doors open for new members.


  1. your tips are great but i dont really agree with this. I feel like this would make me feel completely scattered. When i’m on my computer trying to get one things done and i have an email coming through eery 10 minutes. if i took 2 minutes to reply to everything i would be so incredibly distracted id never get anything done. i feel like this promotes way too much multitasking.

    i save all those little task for a one hour block and get them all done then

  2. Hi, Kat! Actually, an essential aspect of making this tip work in NOT checking your emails as they come in. Turn off your notifications and handle your emails when you actually have time to deal with them… when you have that one hour block, as you say. My point (or David Allen’s point) is that you should just deal with the 2 minutes tasks during that block instead of reading them, or skimming them, and delaying the decision of dealing with them. Hope that clarifies things! You should definitely check out the book if you’re interested in productivity… Allen has time to go into depth on the whole method there.


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