How to Increase Productivity with Ease, Learn the Simple and Effective Ways to Get the Job Done

George Hadzic, SkillShare Little Helper

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15 Lessons (32m)
    • 1. Brace Yourself Before You Start

    • 2. Make Sure You Succeed

    • 3. Special Skills

    • 4. Synergy Of Mental Energy

    • 5. Right Here Right Now

    • 6. Food For Our Brain

    • 7. Plan Your Time

    • 8. Turn Emotion Into Action

    • 9. Be Creative When Delaying

    • 10. Straight To The Point

    • 11. One Step At The Time

    • 12. Separation

    • 13. Be In The Zone

    • 14. Plan, Priority, Organize

    • 15. Quick Recap


About This Class

Productivity is the combination of intelligent planning and focused efforts. Staying productive at work or at home can be a challenge. Every time the work day ends, odds are that you are not satisfied with what you have accomplished. Productivity can be continuously improved, but here are some pointers that have really worked for me.

For instance, if you spend more than 8-10 hours at a desk and without moving around much, then you will notice that you have less energy. Productivity is not measured by the number of hours you sit at a desk. It is measured by how much you get done without sacrificing your health.

Productivity is critical to your success at work. Business owners, managers and executives all want to get the most from their employees. If you’re not performing as efficiently or effectively as others, your long-term job prospects could be in trouble.

You can see why these courses have great efficiency in personal development, and why are students are loving them so much. They also share their successful stories on being more productive, and how they implemented these methods to become more productive.

My learning and experiments are constantly improving from these methods. The techniques that I am using now have enormous benefits in my professional an private life. Every technique that I find useful I am revealing in this course.

Being more productive at work isn't rocket science, but it does require being more deliberate about how you manage your time .If you feel the need to increase your productivity at work, resist the temptation put in longer hours or pack more into your already-full calendar. Instead, take a step back, and think about ways you can work smarter, not harder.