Do you find yourself constantly checking your email? Then wishing or praying that you could just stop? If you’re like most of us, you’ve tried to break the email addiction. However, within a few days, sometimes just a few hours, you’re hooked again and back to compulsively checking your email. Managing your email feels elusive, at best, and more often completely hopeless.
Productivity tools can be divided into two camps – those that work for you and those that don’t work for you. Wasting your time and energy searching and trying various apps is frustrating and unproductive.
Although we all love taking a break from work, vacation can often create a lot of stress. And reentering back into work and the routine of everyday life after being gone for an extended period of time can be brutal!
Your ability to think, work and create faster, smarter and with a more innovative edge will differentiate you from your competition. Maintaining that competitive advantage requires time, patience, drive and the consistent refinement of your productivity strategies and tools.
Any productivity coach will tell you that your ability to think, work, and create faster, smarter, and with a more innovative edge will differentiate you from your competition. Maintaining that competitive advantage requires time, patience, drive, and the consistent refinement of your productivity strategies and tools.
When I sit down at my desk, often my eye falls upon my beloved book collection. Sorted by category (yes, I’m an Arranger with a capital “A”!), I’m grateful for all the wisdom contained within their pages. Among the novels, inspirational classics, and academic works is a section near and dear to me – the best books on productivity. There are hundreds of books written on this subject, but I’ve narrowed them down to my five favorites. Want to know the best of the best?