It is what you spend your time on that determines your level of performance, not your tools.
There is an old military saying: Train like you fight and fight like your train.
most people don't spend any time of their personal productivity and so they are not very productive. No surprise there.
It's like the skinny guy you see jogging everyday, you think, "He's in great shape, he doesn't need to jog everyday." He doesn't need to jog everyday but if he doesn't he loses a lot of that edge and soon looks just like you and me.
You can't be in top form in all areas of your life all at the same time right at first.
How to find the important things to focus your energies on.
Make a list of all the things you do in the day and week.
Pick the top 3-4 most important things you do that if you did all day and got really good at would make the biggest difference.
Talk to your boss about focusing on those things.
Then Stay Focused.