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Graham Allcott

How to be a Productivity Ninja: Worry Less, Achieve More and Love What You Do

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In the age of information overload, traditional time management techniques simply don’t cut it when it comes to overflowing inboxes, ever-expanding to-do lists and endless, pointless meetings. Thankfully there is a better way: The Way of the Productivity Ninja.

Using techniques including Ruthlessness, Mindfulness, Zen-like Calm and Stealth & Camouflage you will get your inbox down to zero, make the most of your attention, beat procrastination and learn to work smarter, not harder.

Written by one of the UK’s foremost productivity experts, How to be a Productivity Ninja is a fun, accessible and practical guide to staying cool, calm and collected, getting more done, and learning to love your work again.
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2014

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    Pyrushar delt en vurderingfor 6 år siden

    TIME MANAGEMENT IS DEAD
    Pretty nice, huh?
    But there’s a new game now, with completely new rules. Put simply, skilful attention management.
    The author of ThinkpProductive.com, Graham Allcott gives us some great experience so we can really manage our life-term goals and it's the best gift we've ever had in XXI century.

    Simon Dunlophar delt en vurderingfor 6 år siden
    💤Mega kedelig!

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    b9164593672har citeretfor 5 år siden
    We must be willing to get rid of the life we’ve planned so as to have the life that is waiting for us.’
    Руслан Прокопчукhar citeretfor 5 år siden
    Attention is your currency. Time might be spent, but attention still needs to be paid. Look after this currency, as it’s the most valuable currency in the world.
    Катя Артамоноваhar citeretfor 5 år siden
    We oftenlike to be distracted because it’s the perfect excuse for procrastination and thinking less, and Facebook or Twitter win over the report we’re supposed to be finishing simply because it’s easier to be in those places, having conversations, than it is to get into the difficult thinking we’re supposed to be engaged in.

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