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How can I use my personal productivity hobby to help my career? It's mostly related to HR jobs or private counseling, but I assume there are more creative uses for it as well.

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closed as not a real question by Brian Carlton, Tom Wijsman, Dmitry Selitskiy, Jeanne Boyarsky, Mihai Oprea Jun 28 '11 at 5:54

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Do you want to help an existing career, or do you want to go for a career for which your PP knowledge is useful to help others with their career? What do you mean by creative uses? – Tom Wijsman Jun 27 '11 at 23:01
There are "Productivity trainer" jobs [… but not many. Either way, I don't see how such question can yield a specific answer (see Tom's comment) – Dmitry Selitskiy Jun 28 '11 at 0:29

A more creative use is using it within another field. You can look for process management in many fields - technology, accounting, teaching, etc.

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