Virtually everyone wants to be more productive and boost their productivity. There are many reasons for this. They may want to become more successful in the eyes of their peers and superiors. They may want to become more profitable by getting more done in less time. They may want to have more free time to enjoy the finer aspects of life by getting more done in less time. They may just want to become a better person by being able to achieve more in less time. There are many valid reasons why people want to become more productive and get more done in less time.
Additionally, more businesses and companies value workers who can deliver high-quality work in a shorter amount of time. In this day and age of Internet access virtually everywhere we can go via our mobile devices, companies have to continue pumping out high-quality content and staying in touch with potential prospects and customers. Any delay in producing quality information and products gives the advantage to competitors, who can take those prospects and customers away from the company, damaging the profitability and reputation of that company and potentially putting them out of business.
It’s not just businesses and companies that value high productivity. Entrepreneurs with their own businesses want to deliver as much high-quality content, products, and/or services to their own prospects and/or customers. Failure to do so can damage their profitability and reputation, and with the high level of competition online today, failure to continue producing quality information, products, and/or services can lead to a business failing entirely.
While virtually everyone wants to be more productive, many people struggle with improving their productivity. They don’t know how to go about getting more done in less time. It can be because they doubt their own ability to do high- quality work more quickly.
It can be because they lack some ability or skill they need to do more high-quality work in less time and are unsure how to compensate for that lack of ability or skill. They may just not have the willingness or motivation to do what is necessary to get more done in less time.
In this book, you will learn how to increase your own productivity so that you can get more done in less time and have a more enriching, satisfying life. You will learn how to quiet your mind and improve your focus so you can improve your productivity. You will learn the basic ingredients of productivity and how to become more productive. You will learn how to measure productivity so you know you are making progress in becoming more productive.
You will learn how to lay a productive foundation so that you can increase your productivity and get more done in less time. You’ll learn simple time management techniques that can help you to raise your productivity. You’ll learn how to remove the unimportant tasks so you can really focus on the important tasks and raise your level of productivity. Finally, you’ll learn how to drive yourself to achieve an all- around productive life.
Do the exercises at the end of each lesson. The exercises are quick and easy to do. In these exercises you will find the hacks, tips, and tricks that will help you be more productive. They will help you put the information you learned in each lesson to work.
Exercise 1: Focus Factor