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An Honest Review of Motion (by an ADHD copywriter) ๐Ÿง 

Can Motion REALLY live up to the hype?!

For about a year now, I've been bombarded with social media ads for this AI assistant tool: Motion. Maybe you have too?  

Motion claims to automatically plan your day for you based on your priorities, availability and tasks, dynamically optimising your schedule dozens of times a day, automatically, to adjust for changes like moved meetings and shifting priorities.

And the ads make wild promises like:

๐Ÿ‘‰๐Ÿป "Increase your productivity by 137%!"

I KNOW. I was skeptical too.

But I decided to give Motion a try, because I have ADHD, a to-do list as long as my arm, and very poor time management skills.

This is my honest review...

Tackling Overwhelm Like a Pro

I have a habit of feeling completely overwhelmed when I have a million tasks to juggle. I end up freezing and can’t focus on any of them. Motion has changed all that.

Now, when a new task pops into my head, I quickly add it to my task tab. It takes just a few seconds, and it’s a lifesaver. Everything I need to do is in one place with deadlines, so I can focus on what’s in front of me without worrying I’ve forgotten something.

All My Calendars in One Place

Motion syncs with all my calendars – my iPhone, work, you name it. This means every meeting and appointment is automatically added, saving me from manually updating everything. It’s such a time-saver and makes scheduling so much simpler.

Flexible and Customisable

One of the best things about Motion is how flexible it is. I can set my work hours, define different time blocks for tasks, and set hard deadlines.

For bigger projects, I can choose how to break them up, which is perfect for getting into the flow. If I need an hour to focus, Motion makes sure I get that.

Never Miss a Task Again

If I miss a task, Motion doesn’t just leave it hanging. It reschedules it for the next available slot. This feature is a godsend because I never lose track of what needs to be done.

It’s always there, ready to be tackled when I have the time.

Perfect for Team Collaboration

While I’ve been using Motion mostly for myself, I can see how brilliant it would be for team collaboration. You can assign tasks to team members, manage project deadlines, and see who’s working on what. I

t’s a simple but powerful way to keep everyone on the same page.

The Personal Touch with Booking

Motion’s booking feature is a gem. It replaces tools like Calendly/Acuity/TidyCall (unless you want paid appointments) and lets me create personalised booking slots for clients.

I can send tailored messages with available times, which feels more personal and professional.

Goodbye Distractions

One unexpected perk? Fewer distractions! I don’t need to keep my email open all the time anymore. Motion helps me allocate specific times to check emails, so I’m not constantly interrupted by notifications. It’s helped me stay focused and get more done!

Worth Every Penny

Now, let’s talk cost. Motion is about £30 ($34) a month, but the value it brings is worth every penny.

I’m switching to the annual plan to save more, and I plan to add my team members too. Trust me, it’s a worthwhile investment.

Final Thoughts

Motion has completely changed how I work. It’s helped me manage my tasks, reduce overwhelm, and significantly boost my productivity. If you’re looking for a tool to do the same, I highly recommend giving Motion a try! ๐Ÿ‘‡๐Ÿป

Try Motion FREE for one week here.

Chantelle x


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