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Do you find yourself procrastinating? Do you feel stressed and overburdened? Do you have to deal with conflicting priorities? In "The Productivity Habits" Ben Elijah describes how to make smart decisions about tasks, events and commitments that might otherwise overload you. Whether you're a busy professional struggling with email, or a student needing to plan a major proje Do you find yourself procrastinating? Do you feel stressed and overburdened? Do you have to deal with conflicting priorities? In "The Productivity Habits" Ben Elijah describes how to make smart decisions about tasks, events and commitments that might otherwise overload you. Whether you're a busy professional struggling with email, or a student needing to plan a major project, you can become more efficient by capturing every idea, and reviewing it when it becomes useful. Then, plan your work around your daily situations and your goals to become more effective. The book is divided into eight habits which are designed around the way your brain learns new behaviours. Presented with clear explanations and engaging diagrams, The Productivity Habits could transform the way you work.


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Do you find yourself procrastinating? Do you feel stressed and overburdened? Do you have to deal with conflicting priorities? In "The Productivity Habits" Ben Elijah describes how to make smart decisions about tasks, events and commitments that might otherwise overload you. Whether you're a busy professional struggling with email, or a student needing to plan a major proje Do you find yourself procrastinating? Do you feel stressed and overburdened? Do you have to deal with conflicting priorities? In "The Productivity Habits" Ben Elijah describes how to make smart decisions about tasks, events and commitments that might otherwise overload you. Whether you're a busy professional struggling with email, or a student needing to plan a major project, you can become more efficient by capturing every idea, and reviewing it when it becomes useful. Then, plan your work around your daily situations and your goals to become more effective. The book is divided into eight habits which are designed around the way your brain learns new behaviours. Presented with clear explanations and engaging diagrams, The Productivity Habits could transform the way you work.

30 review for The Productivity Habits:A Simple Approach to Become More Productive

  1. 5 out of 5

    Derodidymus

    boring, not at all useful? who the fuck thinks like that I mean are we some robots to act and organize our lives like that? it might work for living dead people, not for me sir. in the end, I was just confused about it all.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Tyas Kokasih

    A great book on how to Get-Things-Out-Of-Your-Head (GTOOYH) and actually process them! As a bonus, you can figure out what makes you tick and *maybe* the meaning of life. At least your life, and I should stress again, it is still a *maybe*. A fair warning: be prepared to spent some efforts to implement the habits. They are not canned solution, but a brilliant high-level concept that should be adapted to your context. For example, GTOOYH will differ when you spent most of your time desk-bound or t A great book on how to Get-Things-Out-Of-Your-Head (GTOOYH) and actually process them! As a bonus, you can figure out what makes you tick and *maybe* the meaning of life. At least your life, and I should stress again, it is still a *maybe*. A fair warning: be prepared to spent some efforts to implement the habits. They are not canned solution, but a brilliant high-level concept that should be adapted to your context. For example, GTOOYH will differ when you spent most of your time desk-bound or travelling; processing the captured things will depends on your tasks-tracking system, etc. For a rough idea, my current setup (work-in-progress) includes Nokia 301 for capture system, Youtrack issue tracking for processing and XMind for mind-mapping.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Stacey

    I really liked this book - nice and small to fit snugly in the hand with its own bookmark, beautifully textured paper, lovely don't and it smelled so good! All books should smell this good! The content was good too - I've read a lot of productivity habits but will come back to this one, not just because I like the way the pages feel in my hand, but because it really appealed to the visual learner in me with its helpful diagrams and metaphorical concepts of branches and trees. I really liked this book - nice and small to fit snugly in the hand with its own bookmark, beautifully textured paper, lovely don't and it smelled so good! All books should smell this good! The content was good too - I've read a lot of productivity habits but will come back to this one, not just because I like the way the pages feel in my hand, but because it really appealed to the visual learner in me with its helpful diagrams and metaphorical concepts of branches and trees.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Karl

    A good book for a GTD refresh. It's also an an easy read if you'd like to start using a productivity system. The diagrams provided a lot of clarity. I especially liked the fresher take on contexts. I haven't read David Allen's updates to the GTD system, so I'm not sure if this is mimicking him. minor spelling errors. A good book for a GTD refresh. It's also an an easy read if you'd like to start using a productivity system. The diagrams provided a lot of clarity. I especially liked the fresher take on contexts. I haven't read David Allen's updates to the GTD system, so I'm not sure if this is mimicking him. minor spelling errors.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Mary

    Abandoned the book part of the way through. It was tedious and I wasn't learning much new. Abandoned the book part of the way through. It was tedious and I wasn't learning much new.

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    Todd Higgins

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    Espen Nilsen

  30. 5 out of 5

    Thom Fortunato

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