How to be REALLY Productive has been officially announced as winner of 'The Commuter's Read' category for the 2017 Management Book of the Year award by the Chartered Management Institute (CMI) and the British Library.
In the opinion of the judges, this book will best serve commuters and retain their attention during a journey to work by inspiring them, informing them about and engaging them with a management and leadership topic.
If you want to know what it takes to be REALLY productive, read this. It's not just about to-do lists and managing your emails - it's about productivity you can really feel and a getting a better quality of life.
Table of Contents
About the author
Chapter 1 - Why Productivity isn't just about getting things done
Chapter 2 – From chaos to clarity
Chapter 3 – Mind monkeys and lizard brains
Chapter 4 – Fake work vs. real work
Chapter 5 – Real world tactics: how to be productive when the rest of the world isn’t
Chapter 6 – Tough love: setting boundaries and saying no
Chapter 7 – Being human: how your personality affects your productivity
Chapter 8 – Work–life rhythm
Chapter 9 – Jumping off the guilt trip
Chapter 10 – The art of juggling
Take your time
Notes and references
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About the Author(s)
Grace Marshall is head coach and chief encourager at Grace-Marshall.com and author of the Amazon bestselling 21 Ways to Manage the Stuff That Sucks Up Your Time.
She is also a Productivity Ninja with Think Productive, one of the UK’s leading productivity training companies, helping organizations across the world survive information overload and get more done with less stress.