Productivity: Increase Retention and Be More Productive with Beginners by Kenya Krief

(69b) Increase Retention and Be More Productive with Beginners

Productivity: increase retention and be more productive with beginners


This book contains proven steps and strategies on how to use your time wisely and maximize your productivity at work, business, and in your personal life.

The strategies contained in this guide are designed to help you learn to value your time, make informed decisions about the kind of work you're focused on and ultimately, beat the clock. 

Are you feeling overwhelmed by how busy your life has become? Do you feel like mental and physical clutter gets in the way of being organized? Does it seem like you always have great ideas, but can never remember them.

If you are ready to take action and change your life for the better, this book will definitely guide you in the right direction!


Secondary Genre: SELF-HELP / Affirmations

Language: English

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

Word Count: 8891

Sales info:

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

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


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Sample text:

The inability or refusal to do certain things that on the surface look relatively easy to do is usually interpreted as just being lazy.  However, it can also happen out of fear, which is usually due to lack of confidence either in oneself or another person on whom the success of an effort is dependent.  Why?  


Lack of self-confidence can keep you from doing what needs to be done in two ways.  One is by making you feel you're not worthy of doing a particular thing despite being well-equipped to successfully do it.  A good example of this is a man who is attracted to a woman at work and would like to take her out on a date.  There's nothing to suggest that he can't ask this woman out on a date because all it really takes is to talk to her and ask!  But what can keep him from doing such a simple thing is a belief that he's not handsome or interesting enough to go out on a date with her.  In other words, he may believe that he's not worth her time.  And since he's not worth her while, why bother asking and experience rejection?  His low sense of worth keeps him from simply asking her out.  


Another way lack of confidence can keep you from doing something is when you don't have confidence that the other person on whom the success of your endeavors is dependent is capable of successfully doing his or her part.  Take for example a salesperson that has been burned several times when his company's operations group failed to deliver on the company's promise of a quality product.  

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