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How To Improve Productivity As A Coach - Visit Julie Shulem
November 15, 2020

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November 15, 2020 - Issue #023

Talk with your own Mentor(s) to quickly learn more about your desired career. It may save time and money through a concentrated learning process. Avoid the mistakes of others. Try multiple Mentors or multiple careers to allow you to focus in quickly on your own dream career.

“Your Mentor + Quality Insight = Dream Career”

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  • Quotes/Jokes: Productivity Jokes and Fun Quotes
  • Videos: Coach Juli - Productivity Coach - Specialist in ADHD
  • News & Advice: Is it the right time to make a career change?
  • Blog Updates: Juli Shulem - Productivity Coach
  • Career Change News: Adaptability: Your Most Essential Workplace Skill and Pandemic Ushers In New Push For Trade Skill Jobs
  • Ask the Editor: I want your questions!
  • Feedback: Love to hear from you on any subject.



1. Studies show the average worker is productive for 2 hours in an 8 hour work day...

...I totally disagree, because it’s hard work trying to not get caught doing nothing by your boss.”

2. 80% of Swedish nationals report enjoying the lockdown despite having initially rejecting it. They say it makes them more productive.

Personally, I think it’s just a case of Stuckhome syndrome.

3. Hey Captain Kirk, who's your most productive officer?

That would be Pavel - any task I give him, he'll quickly Chekov.


“Far and away the best prize that life offers is the chance to work hard at work worth doing.”
~ Theodore Roosevelt

“My goal is no longer to get more done, but rather to have less to do.”
~ Francine Jay

“Position yourself to succeed by doing the other things in your life that rejuvenate you. Exhaustion affects your quality and productivity.”
~ Jeff VanderMeer




Coach Juli - Productivity Coach - Speciality in ADHD

Juli Shulem has produced a video that describes what she does as a productivity coach. She can address the needs of students, entrepreneurs or stressed-out parents. If you need help with decision making challenges, impulsivity or prioritizing issues, then she would like to talk with you to improve that process. Take a look.

The video is 1:53 minutes long.

Click here to see the video by Juli Shulem


Is it the right time to make a career change?

This article was developed by

Uncertainty prevails as a result of the pandemic. More displaced professionals and job seekers are reexamining their careers. Many are evaluating what they really want to do.

One can truly experience a sense of fulfillment and satisfaction by reinventing yourself during these times.

The article goes on to identify several tips to consider while reflecting on your career:

  1. Realize your dream
  2. Recognize what you bring to the table
  3. Create your own personal brand
  4. And more…

See all of the details in the article here.

Is It The Right Time To Make A Career Change?

Of course, you can always contact us to learn more about opportunities to find a mentor or to become an entrepreneur and work wherever you wish as a mentor.



As highlighted in the video above, being a productivity coach is a very rewarding occupation.

Have you ever had a desire to help others by participating in the organization of their lives? Then, Juli is the one to talk to in order to learn what it is really like to be in that role.

Juli Shulem has been a Professional Coach for nearly two decades and was a Business Consultant & Efficiency Expert before that. Although she wears many hats she has been an entrepreneur/solopreneur for her entire adult life.

Her work as a Productivity Coach focuses on those who struggle with the varied challenges of distraction, disorganization, and overwhelm. She works with individuals on ways to manage life better with regard to time, efficiency, and utilizing space so one’s environment works the best way possible.

Delve into all of the details to learn more about Juli at the link below:

Our Juli Shulem article..


Adaptability: Your Most Essential Workplace Skill

The world changes every day! We felt is especially in 2020 as a result of the pandemic. But even without global events, everything, ever the workplace, changes and does not remain the same. Change is constant!

People rotate within companies, management style shifts and corporate goals evolve. How in the world do you find a way to be part of the workforce in this changing world?

ADAPT! That is the key.

This article goes into how and why companies value to attribute of adaptability in an individual. Well worth reading.


Pandemic Ushers In New Push For Trade Skill Jobs developed an article that addresses the need for jobs without a college degree. Mosts of these “New Collar Jobs” will require technical skills but not necessarily the degree from a university.

With remote hiring going on and people wanting to physically mover for various reasons, the methods and requirements for hiring are changing.

More employers are looking for specialized skills, especially in technology. Several examples were given of employers and the altered approach they are taking.

Check out the article right here:

Pandemic Ushers In New Push For Trade Skill Jobs


Here we are again. I would love to help you get the answers you need in your career change process. Please feel free to contact me with your questions or comments. Mention that you question comes from our newsletter section and I will place the response in this section for all of our readers.


Comments? Ideas? Feedback? I’d love to hear back from you. Just reply to this newsletter and tell me what you think!

May the wind be at your back! If not, then persevere! Show Grit!

See you in the next issue,

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