A Talk With Productivity Coach Lynn Bojor

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No matter who you are, which phase of life you are in, or which niche you choose, there is always something that determines your success. That would be how productive you can be with your time. Twenty-four hours is a lot of time, my friend. But not all of us have the luxury to spend it the way we want. And if we want to master time, then self-discipline is the secret we all know of. But it isn’t easy, we have to create systems around it, set the right trigger system which will prepare us for success.

This is exactly what productivity coach Lynn Bojor does. She is helping business owners with managing their time and being more productive to scale their business. Read on to know her brand story.

She is nineteen, a student, and has figured out how to live life. This can be seen with her being an author, a coach, and managing her blog on her own. She has figured out the best ways to stay productive and has now is determined to solve a million problems by hacking your daily routines and bringing out the best ways to stay productive and live your goals.

Because you do not want to keep chasing your dreams. You gotta live them!

Let’s read on how she has come until now through this interview. Know her better while she is growing into a strong personal brand. Also she started out when the pandemic hit, so stay tuned.

Why did you choose lifestyle productivity as your niche?

Before I had things figured out up to this time, I’ve just always loved making things easier for business owners in any way I can.

I had a substack blog where my aim was to provide clarity for entrepreneurs then I moved to host my own blog: The Entrepreneur’s Clarity Compass (TECC)

After gaining a little bit more clarity,

I figured that balancing work and personal life as an entrepreneur is one common issue and I had an interest in finding answers to these — That’s why I picked the productivity niche.

Later on, I discovered that productivity is a chain. To remain productive at work; there are other parts of your life that you need to take care of as well:

Your habits towards food, social media, sleep, and work ethics — This is why I niched down to lifestyle productivity.

What is the common pain point you see in your target audience?

I’d say not being able to eat the cake and have it.

I mean; not being able to do well at work and still have extra time to chase other things that matter like good relationships with friends and families, hobbies, side hustles, school/a job, and most importantly their health.

What can you promise the creators and business owners who are your target audience with your coaching?

After a 1 month’s session with me, you’ll understand yourself and your productivity patterns better.

A lot of my clients have reported having understood the concept of self-awareness better after roughly two weeks after our sessions.

They’ve also understood why things work the way they do and how to synchronize with your productivity patterns instead of trying to force things.

What are the different kinds of coaching programs you offer?

For now, I only offer one-on-one coaching programs and group accountability sessions because it helps me understand my clients better and build a solid foundation for my coaching business.

Why is productivity so important to our lives?

Well, putting in an effort to understand productivity can be of benefit to one in many ways but excessively focusing on or becoming obsessed with building productivity systems is a distraction in itself.

I also show my clients the few disadvantages of productivity and how to properly manage these.

How did being more productive benefit you?

Understanding and experimenting with various aspects of lifestyle productivity has impacted me in so many ways that I have become emotionally attached to my work (which has its advantages and disadvantages)

Since I understood productivity, I’ve been able to sleep better, lose some excess fat, get rid of bad habits and build good ones, and I’ve learned how to be consistent with tasks that require regular attention.

It’s also helped me with managing my time.

As a student building a brand, I could attend classes, exercise regularly, have time for my business, and still have extra time to learn how to play the guitar which I love so much.

Being able to control my daily activities and constantly crush my goals has also made me more confident in myself and my work processes and not to mention that I’ve met many amazing people like you Bru, during this time.

Can you share one incident from your childhood that helped you choose your niche and sculpt your career?

It’s nothing special but growing up, our parents were always so busy and came back tired from their 9–5 jobs and never really had enough time for their children or anything else.

Now, things have become so much easier since people can work from home and have enough time on their hands to pursue other things that matter.

Now, the issue some people may run into could be how to prioritize and manage all these things that seek attention for your time.

Where do you see yourself in the next 5 years?

In the next 5 years, I must have become an even better version of who I am right now.

My coaching business would have helped at least 5,000 people understand their productivity patterns and live healthy and fulfilling life.

I also see myself visiting other parts of the world as it is a dream of mine to have or accept public speaking engagements to teach other people the things I am knowledgeable about.

What is one piece of advice you give to your peers while building a personal brand?

While setting up systems and structures for yourself and your business, don’t try to reinvent the wheel — follow others who have expertise in those areas.

While doing this, don’t do it mindlessly. Question everything and find what works for you.

It will boost your confidence in yourself and in your work process. You will get better results as well.

How can one reach out to you and benefit from your services?

I am on Twitter as Lynn Bojor. I simplify productivity for creators and business owners on there.

You can also check out my blog where I have created content that you might find helpful if you’re a student, creator or business owner.

If you need to work with me or to book a coaching session you can DM me on Twitter or use my linktree which has other ways of reaching me embedded in it.


That was Lynn Bojor who shared some amazing tips on productivity and her journey. I would love to see more of her work and serve more clients and change lives.

If you are looking to get inspiration to build your own brand and become a coach, head over to the blog section, we have inspiring stories that can help you. Also if you are looking to build your own personal brand and need help, this article on How to build a personal brand might help you.

Stay tuned.

Brunda Sunil

Brunda Sunil

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She loves all things words. Having worked as an SEO content writer for seven years in different industries. She now passionately works as an SEO content strategist and entrepreneur. She helps start-ups, solopreneurs and personal brands with high-quality SEO content for generating organic traffic through content strategy and a holistic SEO approach to rank the client’s website on google’s first page.

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