“Aristotle said, ‘We are all destined by our own habits.’” You shape your character by how you act and think and by what you focus on most of the time. Author David Horsager says you can alter your habits by exercising perseverance and developing your sense of responsibility. You may find it easy to learn new techniques for boosting productivity, or you might find it hard to overcome old “counterproductive patterns.” But, you can change your behavior, Horsager says, by creating conditions that enable you to move ahead. His succinct advice helps you on your way with 35 practical tips. getAbstract recommends his pithy manual to anyone seeking to be more productive and to achieve a higher quality of life.
About the Author
Writer, businessman, academic and entrepreneur David Horsager, an adjunct professor of organizational leadership at Bethel University, heads Horsager Leadership. He studies and speaks on how trust affects performance.
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7 years agoThis summary gives a list of to-do's and good practices in time management and made me remind myself of what I am still lacking of. Thanks. #30DaysOfSummaries
7 years agoSome great takeaways in this reading. I especially like the 90 day plan, and the advice that you don't have to start at the beginning @getabstract @davidhorsager
7 years ago#30DaysOfSummaries Very practical tips. And happy to know most of them have been already applied. :)
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