Productivity: A Guide to Developing Your Grit and Increasing Your Productivity by Laura Stefan

(9b) A Guide to Developing Your Grit and Increasing Your Productivity

Productivity: a guide to developing your grit and increasing your productivity


This revised and expanded edition includes a new introduction by Block addressing what has and hasn’t changed since the first edition and a new chapter on applying stewardship to the common good of the wider community. This visionary yet pragmatic book is sure to open your mind and change the way you do your job forever.

You will find the steps on how to set goals, organize your priorities, and establish an efficient system. You will discover key strategies on how to concentrate better and avoid wasting time. You will also learn how to schedule effectively in order to maximize your productivity and achieve work-life balance.

That is totally possible. That dream has to become a goal and with that, everything starts to fit in the real world. But firstly, you have to be aware of it, then you will use the system in this book to get you closer to reaching the top, day by day.

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Secondary Genre: SELF-HELP / Affirmations

Language: English

Keywords: time management, time management for busy people, time management for women, time management productivity, small business, time management system, procrastination, productivity

Word Count: 13366

Sales info:

Recently we ran a promo and were able to make 1500 sales during the promotion period. Though all sales were free downloads but it signifies that the topic has potential and is capable of making money. Paid downloads vary between 40 to 60 per month.



Minimum estimate - 30 Paid Downloads * $3.00 * 70% = $63 per month

Maximum but not limited to - 60 Paid Downloads * $3.00 * 70% = $126 per month

Annual Earnings per book - Minimum Estimate - $63 * 12 = $756 per year.

Annual Earnings per book - Max but not limited to Estimate - $126 * 12 = $1512 per year.


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Sample text:

The reason you feel dead tired when your alarm goes off of a morning isn’t because you haven’t had enough sleep. It’s because, more likely than not, your alarm went off right in the middle of a sleep cycle.


You see, the average human sleep cycle lasts around 90 minutes, during which we go through light sleep, deep sleep (also known as SWS or slow-wave sleep) and REM sleep (rapid eye movement, this is when you dream).


When you wake up naturally, you wake up at the end of a sleep cycle. This means you probably would have slept for either 90 minutes, three hours, four-and-a-half hours, six hours, seven-and-a-half hours or nine hours.


When you wake up at the end of a sleep cycle, you’re in a stage of sleep where you’re as close to being awake as possible. This means you wake up feeling refreshed and as if you’ve had a good night’s sleep.


But when you wake up in the middle of a sleep cycle, such as if there’s a disturbance or your alarm clock goes off, you’re pulled out of deep sleep and so feel groggy and exhausted.


Fortunately, there’s a way around this. There are apps you can download for your smartphone such as SleepCycle and SleepTime which use your phones accelerometer to tell what stage of sleep you’re in and wake you up at the end of a sleep cycle (closest to your alarm time) when you’re in the lightest sleep stage possible.


Give one of those apps and try and you’ll find yourself waking up feeling far more refreshed and energized than when you use a traditional alarm. (Note: Make sure to put your phone on airplane mode so you don’t fry your brain!)

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