Slater Katz‘s Productivity Set-Up
Let’s explore how they use their productivity tools and optimise those apps for the best result.
📱 What Apps Do You Use?
(And a physical Notebook!)
✅ What Does It Look Like?
Slater writes ButterflyGoo, a newsletter for ‘daily sparks of inspiration to improve your confidence, mindset, & habits’.
🙋🏼♀️ Tell Us More About Your Process
I write all of my tasks in my journal. Writing tasks by hand and crossing them off by hand is so satisfying — no digital tool has been able to replace it. I do a “to-do” dump to get all my tasks out of my head, and then I use my version of the Eisenhower Matrix to prioritize them.
Notion is where I record everything. I use it in two ways: 1. To capture my thoughts 2. To write my newsletter content I capture my thoughts in a page called "Thought Log." I write the date and make bullet points under it of everything I think of or don't want to forget throughout the day. I write my newsletter content in notes in a Notion “kanban” board, so I can also easily track the status of each piece, and its progress.
I use Google Calendar, and I time-block religiously. If I don't time-block, my day feels like a disorganized mess.