Productivity: Your Complete and Practical Guide to Improve Time Management Improve Productivity by Ruthie Velasco

(284b) Your Complete and Practical Guide to Improve Time Management Improve Productivity

Productivity: your complete and practical guide to improve time management improve productivity


The Power of Rapport is an inspiring book centered around the importance of rapport in everyday life. Written as a practical guide, the book is intertwined with relevant rapport-building strategies as well as the author’s personal experiences that are very relatable. This book will inspire you to make rapport an important focus in your life, as you see the powerful impact it has on those around you and the positive outcomes it produces.

As a small business owner, do you feel like you’re adding more to your to-do list than you’re crossing off every day? Do you stare at your jam-packed email inbox, feeling totally overwhelmed and wondering what to tackle next? Or do you feel that your life and your family members are suffering because you just can’t find any personal time.

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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, procrastination, productivity

Word Count: 10775

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:

What is procrastination? Procrastination is the act of delaying or postponing an important activity, task, event or work out of fear and instead remaining idle or trying to fill up time and curing your own guilt by engaging in other smaller, unimportant tasks and activities. I have left “fear” in bold above to establish its role and importance in procrastination. Procrastination always arises from your fear of the task above. Therein lies the difference between laziness and procrastination. Laziness is plainly feeling and being unable to accomplish tasks for no cogent reason while procrastination is the same definition minus “no cogent reason”. We procrastinate because we are scared of not being able to finish the project, or unsure of our competence. A lot of reasons (which we shall discuss later) can cause to procrastinate but the bedrock of procrastination is a fear of the outcome if we were to attempt the tasks.

Like I said before, everybody procrastinates and it is only by making it the rule instead of an exception that you run the risk of being labeled a procrastinator. Psychologists classify procrastination as a sort of avoidance mechanism that we subconsciously engage to avoid carrying out tasks we consider too irksome, difficult, stressful, risky or boring to us. 

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