Great Books on Productivity
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With the upcoming holidays, you may have a few days off coming your way. Why not make the most of that downtime, with some good reads. Perhaps you can make 2014 your most productive year yet!
Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity, by David Allen
Management consultant David Allen premise is that your productivity is directly proportional to your ability to relax. Learn his method of do it, delegate it, defer it or drop it to clean out your inbox.
The Instant Productivity Kit: 21 Simple Ways to Get More Out of Your Job, Yourself and Your Life, Immediately, by Len Merson
Learn some valuable lessons from the man who has taught organizations such as Sun Microsystems and American Express how to improve their work habits.
Inner Productivity: A Mindful Path to Efficiency and Enjoyment in Your Work, by Christopher R. Egar
Find peace and focus in your work, through meditation, visualizations and conscious breathing.
The Productivity Handbook: New ways of leveraging your time, information, and communications, by Donald Wetmore
Learn to build a balanced life, on a strong foundation. Dr. Wetmore puts his 25+ years as an entrepreneur into his tools and techniques for a more productive work life.
Up Productivity, by Scott Lisbin
With over 30 years of management experience, the author provides a great mix of essential tools for every manager, as well as in depth productivity calculation tools. A great read for those facing productivity challenges.
We’d be glad to hear your recommendations for books that help boost productivity! Happy reading.Emma Lauder | fp. Success Consultant