Written by: Sindre Kaupang and Chris Gorges
Have you ever wondered what it specifically takes to become a highly productive person? Personal productivity is a broad field that touches many topics. It isn’t just one thing. Productivity is a mix of multiple skills with lots of different subcategories and topics. To help you see exactly what it takes to master personal productivity, I have made this infographic for you. It’s an overview of the whole field of productivity and all its different subtopics.
For me, someone who has mastered productivity is someone who has the ability to concentrate for a longer period of time, organizes their time well, works efficiently, uses good productivity tools, and knows why they’re pursuing what they’re pursuing.
You can use it as a checklist to mark your progress towards becoming a productivity master. Or you can just pick the tips and techniques that interest you the most and almost instantly boost your productivity.
All the bullet points in this infographic are suggestions for how you can instantly improve your productivity.
Everything you read in this infographic can be learnt on this website: productiveheadspace.com
One really effective thing featured on Sindre’s info-graphic is “Eat That Frog”. Not literally, of course, because that would be gross … but its a productivity hack that is really effective.
In a nut shell, the “frog” represents the most important task that needs to get done in your life but is constantly put off because it is unappetizing or off-putting. Getting that big ugly task taken care of first really can be liberating and enables us with the fortitude and motivation to tackle the next task.
I recently just finished the book “Eat That Frog!” by BrianTracy and it is packed full of great information that can help us be more productive and accomplish much more then we ever realized was possible.
I highly recommend anyone wanting to get more stuff done to check out the book. You can use the link below to check it out.
Eat That Frog by Brian Tracy
What is your secret to productivity? Let me know in the comments below!