a practical guide to personal productivity
About the Book
Updating the original #uppingyourgame e-book from 2010, this new version will cover everything you need to be more productive on a personal level. It will include:
- reasons for being more productive
- workflow creation
- useful tools and apps
- automating parts of your workflow
- helping others be more productive
This book will be written over the course of 2015 with feedback from readers putting the ideas it contains into practice. By purchasing this book now, you'll get all the updates free of charge!
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Table of Contents
- What is productivity?
- Why bother being productive?
Preparing for productivity
- Having a purpose
- Creating a heat map
- Carving out time
Finding your flow
- Fighting the resistance
- Helping others become more productive
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