- Simple Super Effective Tactics to Increase Productivity, Focus, Time Management & Cure Procrastination Fast
- Narrated by: La Petit Mort
- Length: 43 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 06-22-16
- Language: English
- Publisher: Paramount Publishing Company
Regular price: $3.95
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Are you ready to go from procrastination to productivity, to stay energized and focused throughout the day, to feel that satisfying sense of accomplishment at the end of the day?
Time is no less than your actual life, and yet it's so easy to throw it away on junk TV, mindless Internet surfing, or procrastinating with things we want to do and know we should do.
A productive person doesn't have any more time in their day than you do, and they certainly aren't busier than you are. The main difference is focus. A productive person has a way to cut through life's clutter and nonsense, and make sure that most of their efforts go to the good stuff - fulfilling work, relationships, self-improvement - anything they value, really.
Preview of what you will learn:
How to take the first step towards success
Why your mornings can make your day!
Exercise your way to becoming an irresistible success magnet
The art and science of time management
Boost your brain, sharpen your mind
Small workplace changes that can impact your productivity
Simplify! Decide what really matters and get more done
Understanding what procrastination is
And much more!
Customer ReviewsMost Helpful
By Anonymous User on 02-09-18
I absolutely loved this book and the narrator was great. I feel ready to accomplish more tasks then usual. I now understand completely the importance of writing everything down, from goals to little distractions to small accomplishments. I wish the whole world would read and follow this book, we would be so much happier as a human family.
By Amazon Customer on 06-26-17
Narrator reads way too fast.
Would you listen to Productivity again? Why?
The content is good and useful information and would have gotten a 5 overall, but the narrator is rushing through the reading and from one chapter to the next and doesn't allow a single thought to sink in. I'll have to listen to it again when sitting down so I can hit pause :(.
1 of 2 people found this review helpful