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Learning about Productivity

February 27, 2014, 1 Comment

messy deskI am constantly on the hunt to sharpen the productivity of my life. My life goes something like this: husband, father, son, brother, full-time employee, part-time minister, aspiring writer, thinking about another academic degree, must carve out time for exercise, need to spend more time playing with my family, thinking about the next great idea that could change the world, planning for retirement, stayed up late, got up early, and need get done everything that’s on my calendar for today. We all have more than enough to fill our time. It is why I constantly look for efficiencies in my work so that my life away from tasks is not overwhelmed. Like you, I would like to actually enjoy my life. Here are a few links that I’ve recently found helpful.

The World’s Top 10 Most Innovative Companies in Productivity by Fast Company gives a quick overview of how companies like Moleskine, Google, and Evernote are helping their employees and the rest of us.

How Millionaires Manage Their Time by Jaime Tardy was posted at Michael Hyatt’s blog. The article is a good reminder about decisiveness. And, if you’re interested in productivity, visit Hyatt’s blog often.

Executives’ Biggest Productivity Challenges, Solved is an interview Gretchen Gavett held with Harvard Business School lecturer Robert Pozen. He offers advice to CEOs that are applicable for all of us.

10 Simple Steps to Exceptional Daily Productivity by Jeff Haden is the kind of list that anyone can find a lesson in and begin doing immediately.

Delete Your Way to Productivity by Adam Dachis has the word “delete” in the title… so I’m in.

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  • Reply Weekly Discipleship Update | Pastor Adam Embry March 4, 2014 at 11:47 pm

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