Does any of this resonate with you?
- You wonder whether there’s a better way to maintain focus and stay organized
- You’re searching for the best ways to increase your productivity, but what you find on the other side is confusion and an old friend: procrastination
- You’re overwhelmed by the productivity tools out there and don’t know what to do
You’re disorganized and you know it.
Maybe you think there’s something wrong with you.
I know how it feels. I’ve been there, too.
With more than a decade of experience as a government employee, I know what it means to spin your wheels without ever going from point A to point B.
Not long ago, I was sick of my never-ending duties, open loops, and the downward spiral of my 9-5 job.
I knew I deserve more.
Which made me turn to productivity …
After years of trial and error, consuming 50+ self-help books, and trying out countless tools, I realized that productivity has nothing to do with skill and talent. And it has nothing to do with what tools you use, either.
Once I was told something in a bike shop that changed my way of thinking:
Get on 29-inch wheels, and you’ll never want to ride a 26″ bike again. You’ll cover more distance with the same effort.
It wasn’t until 2016 that I realized the universal value of this conversation. It dawned on me that everything I thought about productivity was wrong. It was kind of a paradigm shift in my adult life.
Productivity is life on 29-inch wheels. It’s all about changing your mindset and achieving more with less effort.
Productivity is life on 29-inch wheels
Achieve more with less effort!
Soon my productivity skyrocketed.
I found myself as a member of publishing teams of productivity books, authored articles that have been featured in the top 10 ranking productivity blogs, achieved goals that I never thought were possible, and quit my miserable job.
I became obsessed with productivity and personal development.
And now, I want to help you do the same!
My mission is to demystify productivity and share my journey with those who want to overcome procrastination and break free from mediocrity.
What I found in my early days was a lack of comprehensive guidance for the non-entrepreneur. Everybody talks about how you can make a living by growing a business. The truth is billions of people still work 9-5 (or some variation of it). And they’re happy with that.
Productivity95 (Productivity Nine to Five) was born with the mission to fill this gap and help you stay organized and get more done both within and beyond your 9-5.
So, if you work 9-5 and want to increase your productivity, you’re in the right place!
What are your pain points?
I want to increase my productivity but have no clue where to start
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I’m confused about productivity tools
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I want to purchase a new laptop
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I want to boost my career & self improvement
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I want to get the key takeaways from the best productivity books
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- The ONE Thing by Gary Keller and Jay Papasan
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Who am I, really?
I’m Csaba Vadadi-Fulop from Hungary. When I’m not pushing the keyboard, you’ll find me riding my (29-inch!) bike on the riverside.
Growing up on Gerald Durrell and David Attenborough, it was my destiny to become a biologist.
By the time I finished my PhD, however, I realized that making a living as a researcher wasn’t the right path for me. I couldn’t cut myself off from science, though. I’m helping fellow scientists to do what they’re destined to do: conduct research and make great discoveries. This is my 9-5 mission, I could say.
I never wanted to run a business. I’ve never been satisfied enough with my 9-5 job, either.
Doing some side projects on top of my 9-5 has been the glue that helped to spin my wheels. Those hobby projects have fueled my motivation to chase my passion.
It wasn’t until my mid-30s that I figured out what I’m ultimately passionate about: it was writing along with productivity. Combine the two, and you get a productivity blog.
Three months of self-sabotage later, I hit publish on Productivity95.
Nobody would give a damn about what I was doing. Not even my family.
But I refused to stop.
Because, for the first time in my life, I felt something that is best described by the words from the Oracle:
No one needs to tell you you are in love, you just know it, through and through.
I’m in love with productivity and personal development. And I want to spread the love.