Whether you "power through" tasks, juggle many at once or leave things to the last minute, there are ways to become more productive. New York Times journalist Phyllis Korkki can help you get there. While you’ve probably heard similar advice elsewhere, her guide is designed to adapt to your unique work style. The information is digestible enough to avoid feeling bogged down. getAbstract recommends this to those looking for practical ways to become more efficient.
In this summary, you will learn
- What productivity tactics you can use for your unique working style,
- How to streamline email and computer use, and
- Which common productivity tips are myths.
About the Author
Phyllis Korkki is a business journalist.
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8 months agoSimple but effective.
11 months agoGood advice
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