"All the tips and techniques you need to stay calm, get through your tasks, make the most of your time and stop procrastinating. It's fun, easy to follow and practical—and may just be the kick up the bottom you need!"—Closer
When it comes to overflowing inboxes, ever-expanding to-do lists, and endless meetings, traditional time-management techniques—like those in bestselling books by David Allen or Dominic Wolff— simply don't cut it in the age of information overload
Thankfully there's a better way. Graham Allcott, founder of one of the United Kingdom's most prominent productivity workshop companies, Think Productive (thinkproductive.com), presents How to be a Productivity Ninja, his brilliant—and originally self-published—guide to cutting through the procrastination and getting more done and enjoying your work and your life more as a result.
Using techniques including Ruthlessness, Mindfulness, Zen-like Calm, and Stealth and Camouflage, you will get your inbox down to zero, maximize your attention span, and learn work smarter, not harder.
Think Productive is quickly expanding throughout the world, with a Canadian branch now up and running. It is anticipated that 2015 will see the launch of Think Productive US. Watch Graham explain the nine steps to becoming a Productivity Ninja at bit.ly/ninjaway and read a free sample at bit.ly/ninjaextract.
Graham Allcott is a productivity trainer, social entrepreneur, and founder of Think Productive, which runs public productivity workshops throughout the world and has run in-house workshops for staff at organizations including the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, American Express, JP Morgan, Amazon, eBay, Paypal, and GlaxoSmithKline.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 THE WAY OF THE PRODUCTIVITY NINJA
Chapter 2 WHY WE GET STRESSED
Chapter 3 ATTENTION MANAGEMENT
Chapter 4 NINJA EMAIL
Chapter 5 NINJA PRODUCTIVITY: THE CORD PRODUCTIVITY MODEL
Chapter 6 THE CAPTURE AND COLLECT HABIT
Chapter 7 THE ORGANIZE HABIT
Chapter 8 THE REVIEW HABIT
Chapter 9 THE DO HABIT
Chapter 10 NINJA PROJECT AND MEETING MANAGEMENT
Chapter 11 MOMENTUM