Productivity: Practical Advice on How to Live a More Productive Life by Wagner Beck

(264b) Practical Advice on How to Live a More Productive Life

Productivity: practical advice on how to live a more productive life


A messy house often results in an equally as messy mind, I speak from my own experience. When my house is messy, unorganized and full of clutter my productivity and overall happiness are generally quite low. 

The methods in this guide work because it gets things done so much faster. You will have more time to spend with your family and friends by finishing your work that much faster.

If you find it difficult to get things done you are most likely a chronic procrastinator. Chances are you have probably by now tried a bunch of things to defeat procrastination which have most likely not worked so far. 

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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: 12905

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Sample text:

To-do lists might seem simple but are a powerful tool to optimize your time.

The system of using three priority levels is effective since it incorporates some useful rules that ensure you are done with your daily activities within a day.

From experience, you will have noticed that the most common source of urgency is the forthcoming deadline. It may be in the next one hour or two. This is what prompts you to list activity as urgent or not.

Furthermore, the statement, “the boss wants the mail posted in the next 30 minutes” reveals the urgency of the activity. It becomes almost impossible to ignore this task until later. This is the reason such activities appear in the high priority section of your to-do list.

It is important to keep this section in a crystal clear list that is easily visible, but most people fail to do that. We tend to stick to urgent activities may be in the drawer, on the board or just in the email.

But how many times do you end up forgetting to undertake the task? This is not a good idea.

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