Okay, can’t say I enjoyed this post, and this is why:
In your intro, you discuss that some people think others applying productivity techniques like time management have no fun.
Then in the first section, your wording and use of language suggests that those who don’t are sloppy. S’cuse me?
The section also implies that those who don’t apply productivity techniques are people who don’t enjoy what they’re doing. S’cuse me?
In section two, you imply that productive people are always doing what they love. That’s absolute bullshit. Most people obsessed with productivity and time management are finding ways to cope with what they DON’T love.
Also, ANYONE who loves what they do is naturally more productive than someone who doesn’t. It isn’t a question of who uses time management or not. I don’t need time management techniques to play my guitar or write fiction.
Yes, it’s true that using time management techniques to get the OTHER work out of the way lets you play more… hm, but didn’t you already say that productive people are doing what they enjoy? So if that’s the case, why would they want to get it out of the way? I’m confused.
The last section implies that to become a productive person, do something you love. Well, I disagree. You may rock all day doing what you love most – what about your other responsibilities and obligations? One can’t ALWAYS do what he or she enjoys best.
Also, someone who is productive at what they enjoy best does not immediately become an overall productive person in general.
Maybe I’ve completely misunderstood this post (if so, feel free to tell me to go have more coffee and get my brains on right), but I think this is a pretty condescending, assumptive post. (Good writing, though!)