The Productivity Project

The Productivity Project

Accomplishing More by Managing your Time, Attention, and Energy Better

Book - 2016
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"Chris Bailey has been fascinated with the subject of productivity since he was a teenager. While pursuing his business degree in college, he researched every paper and read every book available on the topic. After graduation, he embarked on a year long productivity project, interviewing many of the world's foremost gurus in the field, from Charles Duhigg to David Allen, while conducting a series of productivity experiements on himself, from getting by on little sleep, to waking up at 5:30 every morning for a month, from avoiding caffeine and sugar to working 90 hours a week, and monitoring the impact of each experiment on his productivity. He created a blog at the beginning of the project, with exactly zero followers. But as people heard about his project, and read his blog, his traffic grew exponentially, so that by the end of the year he had over 250,000 unique visitors a month. This book and the lessons and insights Chris discovered is the result of that year long journey. Among the many counterintuitive insights Chris writes about in the book are removing or shrinking the unimportant; the rule of three; striving for imperfection; scheduling less time for important tasks; the 20 second rule to distract yourself from distractions, and the concept of productive procrastination. He offers over 30 best practices that will help every one of us to accomplish more"--
Publisher: New York : Crown Business, [2016]
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9781101904039
Branch Call Number: Business & Career 650.1 Bai


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Mar 26, 2018

It's a must read. Tricks and advices by author are easy to implement in daily lives.

sarahfelkar Mar 28, 2016

Interesting and well written, the Productivity Project has lots of realistic advice, and exercises to help you become more productive as well.


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Aug 27, 2017

arsh2134 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 15 and 40


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