Productivity: A Practical Guide to Mastering for Finding Productivity and Happiness by Timo Bradley

(26b) A Practical Guide to Mastering for Finding Productivity and Happiness

Productivity: a practical guide to mastering for finding productivity and happiness


This book focuses on what you can do personally to be able to gain control of time. If you follow the tips in this book, you will be able to stick to what you planned. You will also have the chance to examine your daily activities and adjust them to improve your efficiency and productivity. You will be one step closer to your goals every day.

the power of self-discipline to maximize their productivity, make optimum use of their time, exercise self-control and be in the driver’s seat of their actions. They are not led by events, circumstances or other people. They hold the steering wheel and map of their own life and determine the course of their life in the direction they want.

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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: 3250

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Sample text:

Sometimes it is tempting to take on yet another task simply because you were asked to do so. You might be daydreaming about everyone in the office admiring your prowess and efficiency. You may see that promotion you have always wanted right around the corner. Just keep in mind that if you bite off more than you can chew, no one will be impressed. Learn how to say “no” if you need to. Sometimes, being honest is the best policy. Let them know that you are too busy to take on a new task at this time, then leave the door open: “But next time you need anything, let me know, and I will see if I can do it.” That last part is critical. You are wording the rejection gently, while letting them know that you are open to opportunities in the future.

14) Keep a Clean Workspace

When you are facing fast approaching deadlines, tidying up your workspace is probably one of the last things on your mind. It may sound cliché, but it is true that a cluttered workspace leads to a cluttered mind. Keep all spare papers in folders that are filed away, or stacked neatly in the corner of your desk. If you have any essential papers that need to be easily accessed while you are working, lay them out neatly in a logical order and within arm’s reach. Keep a minimal amount of knick-knacks on your desk. Keeping a few serene posters up – like landscapes or minimalist art – can add a touch of personality to your workspace, but most other kinds of decorations are just potential distractions.

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