Productivity: Build Mental Toughness Maximize Productivity by Asian Richman

(116b) Build Mental Toughness Maximize Productivity

Productivity: build mental toughness maximize productivity


The only way to deal with this issue is to create work environments in which people feel happy and valued. To achieve this people must be heard, they must be given room to express themselves, they must feel valued and they must enjoy doing their work - only then will they give of their best. 

This book will help you save time and money and keep your house clean and organized while balancing life's other challenges. We will show you numerous cleaning tips, tricks, and techniques to help you clean your house more quickly and efficiently. We will also show you how to get your entire family involved in the cleaning process and how to start developing strong cleaning and organizational habits in your young children.

Do not wait longer to discover YOUR KEY to a new and better life.


Secondary Genre: SELF-HELP / Affirmations

Language: English

Keywords: time management, time management for busy people, time management productivity, time management system, procrastination, productivity

Word Count: 23005

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:

Often times, making decisions from the standpoint of procrastination results in really bad ones.  It’s because procrastinating can cause you to make decisions based on certain criteria that wouldn’t have been such if you didn’t procrastinate – criteria that shouldn’t have been part of your decision making process. 
Take for example deciding on which car insurance to avail.  Insurance A is 50% cheaper but requires a 1-week notice to transact while Insurance B can be consummated within 24 hours.  If you didn’t procrastinate and took care of your insurance 2 weeks before your current one is set to expire, then you didn’t have to take into consideration the urgency of having to renew your car insurance, which is the only sole reason why you’ll go for Insurance B despite it being twice as expensive as Insurance A.  But because you procrastinated and waited until the last day of your car insurance’s effectivity to scout around, you’ll be forced to go for the exorbitantly more expensive one, which isn’t a good decision at all. 
The example above also involved an additional consideration into the decision-making process:  time pressure.  Most people don’t think well under pressure because emotions tend to take over for most people during crunch time.  And you probably know the potential effects of deciding while being highly emotional, right?  Right!


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