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- Publication Date: March 25, 2015
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Work Smarter Not Harder: 18 Productivity Tips That Boost Your Work Day Performance Kindle Edition
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1: Have a powerful start to your day
2: Understand your optimal working rhythm
3: Keep distractions at bay
4: Never start your day unplanned
5: Drink water
6: Identify the most important tasks and do them first
7: Ask this questions regarding your next meeting
8: Batch similar tasks together
9: Process your emails effectively
10: Delegate the right way
11: Take breaks
12: Take care of the “frogs” right away
13: Create checklist
14: Take a snapshot of your work before vacation
15: Focus on one thing at the time
16: Control the busy work
17: Know your tools (and your keyboard too)
18: Know how to spend time in front of your computer
I’m really not sure what to say about this book. I did expect more on this subject. The book is very short, and I managed to get through the book very quickly.
Maybe it’s about me; I read a lot, and I expect much more from books now. I do have to say that this book was free when I got it – so I don’t have to complain about paying for the provided information.
For me, everything that is shared in this book are just common sense things. I was realized of almost every one of the tips shared in this book before I even read it.
These kind of information are more suitable for blog, not for book – in my opinion.
This book could be useful for those who are beginners, and just starting out to learn more how to boost their productivity. I’m long pass that stage, and that’s why this book is not suitable for me.
And some of the ideas seemed really trivial, such as using an app launcher to launch your computer apps easier. I thought really? Does the boot time of my email program, spreadsheet, or browser seriously affect my overall productivity? If so, I probably have bigger productivity issues...
Sorry to say, but I wouldn't recommend this book to anyone except a complete novice at productivity and time management.
The author has shared some personal experiences but no notable benefit of these tips.
However, the book looks an affiliate marketing attempt due to spoilers.
Anyway, beginners may give it a try.
This book is well-written and easy to read.
There is lots of good advice particularly on diet and sleep at the beginning of the book.
The tips are backed up by interesting research and I certainly found enough points to make my time more productive
Tasks are either long-term effect or short-term effect. You should spend more time on long-term effect tasks.
Checklists! I actually found I had a new idea of how a checklist could be (attached) You make your own
daily tasks that you have to do anyway, and insert a red checkmark in the little box if you had just done
that task now.
I perused this book in conjunction with this book. This is a good book.
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