Read These 3 Books To Instantly Increase Your Productivity At Work

You cannot keep your job without being productive. So, you better start reading!

 
Read These 3 Books To Instantly Increase Your Productivity At Work
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There’s no denying that productivity is the very first characteristic that any manager would like to see in their team. If you are not productive, you are honestly of no value to the company. Because at the end of the day, your work and efforts must contribute to the Company’s profits in one way or the other! If you feel like you are not as productive as you should be, read these books on priority basis!

The Power Of Habit: Why We Do What We Do In Life And Business, By Charles Duhigg

There’s a lot of interesting psychology behind the strategies and manuals included in the book.
There’s a lot of interesting psychology behind the strategies and manuals included in the book.

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Habits dictate our actions and the pattern of our actions. Once you have got your habits in control, you instantly become a very powerful person. The book tells you everything about habits- what habits are, how we make them and how to change them. “How to change our habits” is a question you have probably asked around more than once. The book explains you just that with the help of strong examples of how people and businesses changed their habits. So, the long story short is that it is indeed possible to form new habits and even change the existing ones.

Eat That Frog: 21 Great Ways To Stop Procrastinating And Get More Done In Less Time By Brian Tracy

The artistic use of the metaphor of “frog” for a challenging work activity is quite impressive.
The artistic use of the metaphor of “frog” for a challenging work activity is quite impressive.

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One important aspect we need to learn of working productively is “prioritizing”. If we keep spending more time doing something less important, we will never be productive. This book very nicely explains this aspect of working and making important tasks your priority. The book is broken down into Twenty One Tips that Tracy himself uses and bears its results. The tips are not rocket science; they are very much doable by anyone and everyone. The book is also quite reader-friendly and it especially useful for serial procrastinators.

Getting Things Done: The Art Of Stress-Free Productivity – By David Allen

This is probably the most popular book of this list and any other similar list.
This is probably the most popular book of this list and any other similar list.

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This book gives you insight into the real “productivity”. It is a technical book and it is regarded as THE BEST book in the field of personal organization and business success. The strategies mentioned in this book are not just incredibly useful but also bring instant results. For example “do it, delegate it, defer it or drop it” is the quickest way to empty your inbox intelligently. The book’s main idea is that the more tasks and commitments you get out of your head (and into some external system), the more productive you’ll become.

Start reading any one of these and become the most productive professional in your workspace.