Secrets of Productive People is my latest book - and if you haven’t read it yet then you should!
The book has:
8 five-star reviews on Amazon.co.uk.
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You will find just about all my current time management teaching in it. But it’s about a lot more than time management. The emphasis is on productivity - and time management is dealt with as part of that wider context.
Here are the five parts of the book:
The Basics of Productivity
The Productive Attitude
Aids to Productivity
Productivity in Action
What are the 50 secrets of productive people that the rest of us should know?
Some books promise a lot but fall down because they are hard to use in your daily life. This book works by boiling down the essentials of productivity into short, quick lessons that you can apply instantly. Every one of the 50 secrets in this book contains 3 strategies you can put into practice right now. These are the real productivity tips you need to get ahead.
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Who are the most productive figures in the course of human history? Isaac Newton? Vincent van Gogh? Henry Ford? You will almost certainly find that the names you think of have made a real and measurable difference to the world, usually for the better. They will be people of great achievements and who have made the world gasp in amazement.
You probably cannot imagine yourself in your wildest dreams being productive in the way that they were productive. And you are probably right - you are never going to equal their achievements in their own fields.
But how about in your own field?
Can you apply the principles that they used, consciously or unconsciously, to your own work, your own lifetime passion, or even to your leisure time, so that you produce results that are every bit as amazing to you yourself, your colleagues, your customers, clients, friends and family, as their results were to the world at large?
Surprisingly, the answer is almost certainly ‘Yes, you can’
You can change your brain in order to change your abilities. That is precisely what lies at the basis of the sort of productivity that Newton, Van Gogh and Ford exhibited. What they did was to grow their brains to fit their area of productivity.
You can do exactly the same. This book will show you how