Maximizing productivity stood #CPChatNow’s objective Wednesday, November 23rd, 2016. I am co-host Zachary Fenell, back at long last with our weekly recaps. The day before Thanksgiving our own Hamda Jamal led us in a focus chat about maximizing productivity.
Hamda’s first question set the tone for an informed conversation. Informative dialogue begins with understanding the topic at hand. That requires defining key concepts.
Perhaps the most precise definition came from Maysoon Zayid.
Follow-up questions from Hamda allowed us to recognize varying factors which impact productivity levels. Different community members identified different factors. This created a comprehensive overview.
Later in the evening Hamda asked a question relating cerebral palsy to maximizing productivity. Participants found various connections between the two.
In general answers to Hamda’s questions revealed many insights into maximizing productivity. Her last question for the night directly invited participants to share their own productivity tips.
Should we keep the advice coming? Let us designate Hamda’s last question as the week’s extend-the-conversation question. Answer “Do you have any productivity tip you would like to share?”
Leave your reply in the “Comments” section. In addition to the advice shared in question eight answers, my co-host Blake Henry stimulated useful chatter. Specifically, Blake sought advice on performing a task you might not exactly want to perform.
Another question Blake asked involved naming obstacles to maximizing productivity.
All in all our Twitter chat Wednesday, November 23rd proved a success. Hopefully today’s recap continues the trend. By reading you picked up some tips for maximizing your productivity. Remember to leave a tip too! Answer the extend-the-conversation question.
“Do you have any productivity tip you would like to share?”
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