Summary of The Productivity Project
From the book: THE PRODUCTIVITY PROJECT: Accomplishing More by Managing Your Time, Attention, and Energy Better. Copyright © 2016 by Chris Bailey. Published by Crown Business, an imprint of the Crown Publishing Group, a division of Penguin Random House LLC
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Productivity expert Chris Bailey has delved into this specialty for his whole career. After college, he took a year off to research productivity and to conduct carefully controlled and monitored productivity experiments. After that, Bailey spent ten years investigating “thousands of productivity hacks” to determine what people can do to increase their productivity and become consistently more productive. Bailey used that decade of experimentation to identify 25 effective productivity techniques. To get the most from your time and effort, getAbstract recommends checking out his insights and methods.
In this summary, you will learn
- How to break productivity down into three basic components and
- How to use 25 techniques to become more productive.
About the Author
Chris Bailey is an author and productivity consultant. During his year-long productivity project, he wrote more than 216,000 words (864 pages) about productivity in his blog, A Year of Productivity.
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7 months agoClearly stated 25 techniques. Better print it and stick it on your cubicle wall.
8 months agoWunderful selection of some simple and possible steps to boost productivity. Pick a few and it will already pay off.
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