Flowers do love people, but do they also make you and your colleagues more productive in the workplace? Read it in our blog post.
‘Productivity’, what is that? In this article we’ll explain how to be productive and provide tips so you’ll be able to be productive all day, every day.
Something that is important for me, might be irrelevant to you. The Eisenhower Matrix method will help deal with that: what is important and urgent to you?
Most books in our overview are about productivity and methods that you can make more productive. “The Power of Habit” is more about your head: why do you do what you do? And why do you do that that way? The book explains to you how we put people together and what we can do to change our behavior.
In his book “Grip – The secret of smart working” he gives exactly those pieces of theory that you need and then immediately teaches how you can turn theory into practice. This is one of the best books in the field of productivity that you can read!
There are plenty of productivity books, but which book is the most suitable for you? That can be difficult to find out. We are creating an interactive list of the best productivity books for you. Here, on this page.
If you are looking for practical insights and useful tips to be able to book more results, then you should consider this book. In “Getting Results the Agile Way: A Personal Results System for Work and Life”, author JD Meier explains the system or framework devised by him in easy to understand language.
Before I started I did not know how good ‘The Productivity Project’ would be but I am positively surprised. The book is packed with useful insights and applicable tips. If you are looking for a book with – where necessary – a piece of theory with useful tips, this book could be your tip!
Procrastination is postponing things that you know you really should be doing now, but you are not. Not doing it now could already be a cause of stress or problems.
At beGuru we are a fan of the Getting Things Done philosophy. This philosophy, called GTD for short, is based on the principle that a person does not have to worry about those tasks by recording his duties. In this post I will not explain the entire GTD philosophy, but the following 3 tips from the GTD method will help you to get back to work in a productive way.