You can retain more of the knowledge you glean from books by prepping your brain with background information before reading. That makes Wikipedia a great tool for readers.
10 Rules of Super Productive People is about the 10 underlying tenets of productivity that differentiate the super productive people from less productive people. If you apply the principles in the book to a tee.
John Perry’s insights and laugh-out-loud humor bring to mind Thurber, Wodehouse, and Harry Frankfurt’s On Bullshit. This charming and accessible audio educates, entertains, and illuminates a universal subject.
I recently finished a second reading/listening of Laura Vanderkam’s What the Most Successful People Do Before Breakfast. I had listened to this audiobook once before and chose it again because it’s a short selection of advice and suggestions for not only a better morning, but a better anything.
3 Things is a weekly series that highlights three things you can do to overcome a challenge, enhance your productivity, and improve other aspects of your work and life. Each of the things also offers an app or product recommendation that can help you take action and move forward, but in this edition I’m focusing […]
I am sharing five books about personal productivity that I find really interesting.
Books are transformative. Period. I bet much of the growth you’ve experienced has been a result of the books you’ve read. I can trace so much of my personal development to 5 specific books.
Reading a good book can be a rewarding experience, but it can be frustrating when the information just floats through your head without sticking in your memory. Luckily there are a few methods that can really make a difference in retaining information. The bookworms at Stack Exchange provide some tips to help your Jeopardy game.
Books are perhaps the greatest mentor that are available to us. Add some of these titles to your growing library and enjoy a more productive life.
Get The One Thing Book Here: http://amzn.to/1dizOZt (aff) Today I continue my review of The ONE Thing book – and just like yesterday, I am simply amazed at t…
Jan 25, 2014 I’ve been meaning to mention this for a few days. About a week ago we posted an updated PDF of the One Minute To-Do List book out on the free book site (replacing the old one). F…
Determined to make 2014 your year? Check out this list of the best career-boosting books out there.
January 2nd. It’s a big day at TPHQ today as “How to be a Productivity Ninja” gets an official (re)release with Icon Books. As many of you know, the book was originally released as a self-published book in July 2012.
A review of “The Power of Less” by Leo Babauta, brought to you by Penelope Loves Lists, the best website for business book reviews and time management strategies.
Being a full-time military wife, mother, and entrepreneur, my life can be very hectic. I’ve got to keep on top of everything so that things get done and my life stays balanced.
The biggest factor in building and maintaining a productive working life in the midst of the digital deluge is the ability to focus. These three books all come at this subject in different ways and each has a valuable contribution to make.
David Sparks has just released his latest book, Email: A MacSparky Field Guide, and this one is all about getting control of your email. As with Sparks’ other guides, this 300-page book is filled with almost two hours of screencasts and over 200 screenshots that support Sparks’ premise that you can get control of your […]
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NOW is the time. The NOW Year: A Practical Guide to Calendar Management has just been released and is available at the Productivityist Store.
Book of the Week – Beyond the Todo List: Goals Looking to get your goals on track? This week’s recommendation is the new ebook by Erik Fisher (of the Beyond the Todo List podcast) and Jim Woods (Ji…
Interested in some quick tips to improve your productivity and performance at work? Find eight tips from Jason Womack here.
Todd Henry is the founder and CEO of Accidental Creative, where he helps teams and creatives be prolific, brilliant and healthy. He regularly speaks at companies and conferences about how to build practices that lead to better ideas. His first book was Accidental Creative: How to Be Brilliant at a Moment’s Notice,
Do you constantly feel stressed out about finishing your projects and tasks on time? Do you work extremely long hours, yet still have that nagging gut feeling telling you that you haven’t really accomplished much? Do you find it difficult to motivate yourself to work?
Aug 30, 2013 After a hard push to finalize the editing, we just sent Edition 4 of my Outlook book (Total Workday Control Using Microsoft Outlook) off to the printers. It will arrive in bookstores i…
David Allen is the guru of “Getting Things Done,” and Tony Schwartz is the “pay attention to your energy” guy. They go together well, and they each bring an important dimension to this simple issue: