Behavioral scientist Jess Whittlestone infuses the worn-out buzzword of “productivity” with new meaning and purpose. She challenges preconceived ideas about what it means to be productive and presents a fresh, nuanced definition of the term, along with “deliberate” steps for how to achieve it. getAbstract recommends this essay to anyone who wants to be more productive in a meaningful way and to achieve the things most important to them.
In this summary, you will learn
- Why traditional notions of “ productivity” are limiting,
- How to integrate productivity and “ presence” to make outcomes more meaningful, and
- What “deliberate ” steps you can take to be more productive in a meaningful way.
About the Author
Jess Whittlestone is a freelance writer and doctoral candidate in Behavioral Science at Warwick Business School in Coventry, England.
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