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Jumia Books The Productivity Habits: A Simple Approach To Become More Productive
By Ben Elijah
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Do you find yourself procrastinating? Do you feel stressed and overburdened? Do you have to deal with conflicting priorities? In "The Productivity Habits" Ben Elijah describes how to make smart decisions about tasks, events and commitments that might otherwise overload you. Whether you're a busy professional struggling with email, or a student needing to plan a major project, you can become more efficient by capturing every idea, and reviewing it when it becomes useful. Then, plan your work around your daily situations and your goals to become more effective.
The book is divided into eight habits which are designed around the way your brain learns new behaviors. Presented with clear explanations and engaging diagrams, The Productivity Habits could transform the way you work.
LID Publishing's popular Concise Advice Lab notebooks are designed to be quick and comprehensive brainstorming tools for busy professionals. The small trim size makes it easy to take along in a briefcase or purse. Interior pages are matte finish, so ink won't smear, and there's plenty of space to jot notes. A ribbon makes it easy to mark your place, and the elastic outer band keeps the notebook closed.
- AUTHOR: Ben Elijah
- PUBLISHER: LID Publishing (March 31, 2015)
- ISBN: 978-1907794834