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Productivity

Get Motivated, Get Organised and Get Things Done
Narrated by: Rachael Beresford
Length: 2 hrs and 54 mins
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Summary

Productivity is personal!

When it comes to your own productivity, the smartest thing you can do is to learn what works best for you. Personal development author Gill Hasson helps you to discover how to manage your time and get things done with less stress and more efficiency.

Being productive involves finding your own rhythm and getting things done in a way that works best for you; according to your circumstances, skills, and abilities and the time, energy, and resources you have.

Productivity helps you to identify what might currently be getting in the way of you being more productive. It has plenty of ideas and suggestions, along with tips and techniques to help you get organized and be more productive.

Develop a personal productivity mindset. Identify your optimum times of day. Plan your time purposefully. Manage difficulties and setbacks.

Rather than work harder, work smarter. This book shows you how!

©2019 Gill Hasson (P)2019 Gildan Media

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Good solid advice

I like Gill's books and have read/listened to a few. This one is good solid advice, a lot of it is fairly obvious stuff, but there are some good planning and mindset ideas

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Terrible narration

Some good tips in this new book: Gill Hasson books tend not to disappoint. The problem is with the patronising tone of the narrator. She spoils the advice of the book by reading it like she’s auditioning for the part of a posh lady in a Shakespeare play! I’ve had a few disappointing audiobooks lately. Why can’t the narrator just read the book!!