Episode 6: Redefining Productivity with O Tomas Bell

We resume our series on living, teaching, and creating during COVID-19 with words of wisdom from the brilliant O Tomas Bell. In this episode, we talk about redefining productivity, reframing our creative process, and finding inspiration in our current circumstances to make positive changes in our lives.

Tomas is a Certified Life, Communication and Wellness Coach offering “you focused” coaching services as well as creative focused coaching. A creative himself, Tomas actively balances his coaching career with his entertainment career by providing audio, music, and voice-over services. You can find Tomas on Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Facebook.

Please be aware that, because we recorded via Zoom, there are occasional audio issues. Our theme song is “4 am” by Makaih Beats. You can subscribe to the podcast on Apple PodcastsSpotify, and Stitcher and follow us on Twitter @writingremixpod.

“I think the part that people often forget in terms of their own productivity is their emotional connection to that activity…Being productive now is not about the product. It’s about the process…We could make this a complete negative. Or we can reframe and explore and discover the positives.”

O Tomas Bell

“I’m not a big fan of beating yourself up. I am a big fan of learning the lesson…It’s about making a conscious choice to do things differently in the future.”

O Tomas Bell

“You can be isolated physically, but you do not have to be isolated socially…Don’t let your physical isolation disconnect you from the world.”

O Tomas Bell

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