Productivity books can help you learn how to be more productive in your personal life and work life.
Reading about productivity can inspire you to create an atmosphere that enables you to get more done.
Learn how to avoid procrastination and develop skills that will make you more productive.
By David Allen
Get things out of your head and clear space by documenting them externally rather than trying to remember things. Clear your mind, reduce stress, give focus and clarity on task management.
By Brian Tracy
Eat the frog focuses on tackling your most challenging task first thing in the day. The rest of the day should get easier.
Avoid procrastination and get more done in less time.
By Stephen Covey
7 Habits of Highly Effective People is a guide to help you understand how to create productive habits.
By Cal Newport
Deep work is about directed focus in a distracting World.
In the distracting environment of things like social media, it is nearly impossible to concentrate on anything.
By Leo Babauta
Zen to Done (ZTD) 10 habits that will help you to get organised, and get more things done in a focused, simple, stress-free manner.
By Francesco Cirillo
The E-Myth how to plan a successful business and achieve your goals.
The key to productivity is to work smarter, not necessarily harder.
We all want to achieve as much as, if not more than possible, But being more productive isn’t rocket science it’s is about utilising technology that offers solutions to your problems.
Read More: How Technology Can Improve Productivity
One way to sort out your day is to create a to-do list. What is a todo list and how can it help you become more productive? Planning all the activities that you have to tackle then handling them in order can save you a lot of time and stress while focusing on priorities. To-do lists are some of the simplest productivity tools.
Automating workflow through checklists can improve your operations significantly. Checklists provide workflow flexibility while offering guidance, continuity, business knowledge sharing, accountability while enforcing your business standard operating procedures (SOP).