Productivity: A Quick and Easy Guide to Boosting Your Productivity by Sarah Ternovoy

(278b) A Quick and Easy Guide to Boosting Your Productivity

Productivity: a quick and easy guide to boosting your productivity


Their main aim of figuring out how to live a virtuous life includes thoughts and lessons on love, morals, death and everything in between. They also, however, had some very valuable lessons to teach us with regards to our personal productivity, and this book aims to bring some of that ancient wisdom into the light.

You will understand what causes most people to fail and you will have tools to avoid those tricky pitfalls that so many of us get trapped in life. This book will unleash the you that you have always hoped of becoming so that all that's left is to dream of goals to accomplish


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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: 5057

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Sample text:

Getting things done doesn’t necessarily mean that you must have to-do apps or an expensive planner to do what you have to. Actually, even a paper planner alone is enough for jotting down any to-dos quickly and gets ideas out of your head. As long as the system doesn’t interfere with your flow, consider it as a GTD-friendly system. 

If you like the paper approach, consider a Bullet Journal system; it’s very GTD-friendly. It enables and encourages you to spare some time to review and prioritize your to-dos and easily add any new ones to the list. It also adds more structure than a typical GTD system, making it even more suitable. The Bullet Journal system works best for those who prefer pen and paper and are comfortable using them.

However, if your preference lies in the app-centric approach, there are many options. You can customize your Evernote to be GTD-friendly, along with other templates. Another app is the Springpad which can be customized to be a GTD-friendly organizer. Another equally GTD-friendly and powerful app is the Microsoft OneNote. These are feature-rich apps that are great for getting things done. If you use your email for to-dos, your inbox is part and parcel of your system. Keeping your inbox organized and clean is similar to the “organize” and “capture” steps above. The app-centric approach may be the best option for students since it handles both context-specific (e.g., research, organizing notes, studying) and time-sensitive (e.g., exams, papers, assignments) tasks.        

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