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How to be a Productivity Ninja Free read Ê 104 À In the age of information overload traditional time management techniues simply don’t cut it when it comes to overflowing inboxes ever expanding to do lists and endless pointless meetings Thankfully there is a better way The Way of the Productivity NinjaUsing techniues including RuthlIn the age of information overload traditional time management techniues simply don’t cut it when it comes to overflowing inboxes ever expanding to do lists and endless pointless meetings Thankfully there is a better way The W. I've read a lot of books on Productivity over the years but How to be a Productivity Ninja stands out as one of the best It draws on famous productivity books such as Getting Things Done by David Allen and blends the advice within those well known books with the author Graham Allcott's own experiences and thoughtsMy favourite chapter was near the end of the book where the author looks at running an effective meeting The advice within this chapter was worth the price of the book alone and for anyone who has ever wasted their time sat in a meeting with no seemingly clear purpose or direction then this chapter will be essential readingFrom getting to inbox zero to getting started and maintaining momentum on a project and everything in between How to be a Productivity Ninja is my new recommended must read for anyone who is struggling to feel in control or achieve in their day to day life

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Ter not harderWritten by one of the UK’s foremost productivity experts How to be a Productivity Ninja is a fun accessible and practical guide to staying cool calm and collected getting done and learning to love your work again. The entire book was just full of dragged out metaphors and I gained absolutely nothing from it in the end Realized that I wouldn't be a fan after about 100 pages but I hate uitting so I had to finish it Also it is so so Outlook focused which really got on my nerves I don't use Outlook and I do not think I will switch to it ever UghIf you think about it this book actually made me less productive as I could have been doing something productive or at least something I enjoy instead of trying ot power through it

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How to be a Productivity NinjaAy of the Productivity NinjaUsing techniues including Ruthlessness Mindfulness Zen like Calm and Stealth Camouflage you will get your inbox down to zero make the most of your attention beat procrastination and learn to work smar. Many books are written and courses are given about time management Graham Allcott wants to go beyond that and learn you how to think and act like a Productivity Ninja Allcott merges Getting Things Done David Allen The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People Stephen Covey The War of Art Stephen Pressfield Meeting Together Lois Graessle George Gawlinski Martin Farrell Linchpin Seth Godin into his own practice worth sharing In the age of knowledge work and a never ending stream of information inputs you have to make smart choices Think of Clay Johnson’s Information Diet as a starterGraham learned it the hard way After writing and teaching these principles over and over again he discovered how much his own productivity could be improved Still room to improve left He doesn’t want to be imaged as some kind of guru So don’t focus on some of his jargon like mindfulness inbox zero stealth and camouflage or zen like calm Unlike other time management the aim is not just to show how much you can do in any given time but to stay calm and in control That’s where eg the review moments of Getting Things Done GTD are so important Attention management is one of the key features in this book Avoid distractions schedule time to act on the really important tasks begin with the least attractive or most difficult ones to avoid procrastination Worry less achieve and love what you doLearn how CORD Capture Collect Organize Review and Do as new habits set can help Perform the exercises provided at the end of each chapter Reconsider the use of email calendar task and note applications Let this all work for you instead of getting imprisoned by the reuests of others Maybe it’s good to apply the stealth techniues for a while learn some lifehacks or to spend that first hours to collect all your to do lists and ‘projects’ in a single ‘system’ to start all over I enjoyed to see so much known principles and practices collected here offering me fresh insights as well