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- Print Length: 64 pages
- Publication Date: July 21, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B012BL7DTG
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75 Productivity Apps and Tips To Get Things Done: Overcome Procrastination, Improve Time Management Skills, and Learn How to Be More Productive Kindle Edition
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He also shares various tips not related to apps that will help you increase your productivity. My favorite is to just let it go when you get stuck trying to solve a problem. I know I have wasted many an hour on a problem to come up with the solution only after I'd walked away for a while!
I would recommend this book to anyone looking for ways to use mobile and computer applications to increase your productivity and free up more time to focus on doing the things you enjoy.
I am a notorious procrastinator, and postponing things is my forte. A lot of the tips and tricks in this book are based on online collaboration and/or using online services to organise yourself. Due to policies at my workplace, I cannot use many of these in my professional life, but I've already seen benefits for my home projects and personal life. I think benefit number one is actually getting my act together and finally starting my home project in the first place...! Todoist is indeed awesome and I have no idea why I did not try it before.
Recommended for all other procrastinators that also like to use apps and tech stuff!