2015’s Best Books For Productivity
May 8, 2015
Get More From Your Time With These Reads
All of us wish we had just one more hour in the day. Whether you use it to knock out that difficult to-do or just to catch up on sleep, more time in the day would be a luxury. Fortunately, there are a few books to read that can boost your productivity, effectively increasing your available time.
- Work Simply: Embracing the Power of Your Personal Productivity Style
This book by Carson Tate offers you a 28-question survey that will place you in one of four categories, guiding you towards the best productivity path for your particular personality. Tate argues that because we are all different, we need different guidelines to help us be our most productive selves.
- Procrastinate on Purpose: 5 Permissions to Multiply Your Time
Rory Vaden offers five tools to help you multiply your time. He points out that in some instances, procrastinating can actually help you maximize your efficiency and your time. This book will be your guide to choosing the projects that will give you the best returns, while saying no to those that are wastes of time.
- Driven to Distraction at Work: How to Focus and Be More Productive
If you find yourself distracted on the job, this book by Edward Hallowell, M.D. can help. Hallowell has noted that many people in today’s offices have an attention deficit trait. He helps you discover how you can keep focus at work.
- Four Seconds: All the Time You Need to Stop Counter-Productive Habits and Get the Results You Want
Peter Bregman makes the case that taking just one deep breath is enough to help transform your thinking, helping you make the best decisions instead of knee jerk reactions. Taking just a moment to refocus can help you see where your time will be most productively used.
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