Wednesday, March 25, 2015

The best productivity books for beginners

There is a ton of books on productivity, personal efficiency and time-management in the Internet. So, if you are a beginner, it will be certainly difficult to pick up something useful in this chaos. Most of the people just don’t know what to start with when it is time for getting their things done. And that’s why they never do.

Which books should we read, and which ones it’s better not even to open? What suits better for beginners, and what should we postpone till advanced level? We asked those questions to MyLifeOrganized user group. Who can answer them better, than users of the app for productive task management? We will leave here the list of the best productivity books for beginners that we’ve got from them:

1. Getting Things Done by David Allen. You will find there the most popular system of tasks and goals management, which is easy to implement. Allen gives you real world nuts and bolt tools that will make or break you.

2. 10 Natural Laws of Successful Time and Life Management by Hyrum Smith. MLO users called it the biggest game-changing book that helps to finally take control of your time

3. 7 Habits of Highly Successful People by Stephen Covey. It’s an excellent book that we all have to read sooner or later. It helps to focus on things that are really important in different parts of your life.

4. The Power of Habit by Charles Duhigg. It is a relatively scientific light book that uses loads of good examples to show how and why habits form. And the most important, how you can break or change them.

5. Master Your Workday Now! by Michael Linenberger. The author offers a simple system of workflow management that MLO users find easy to implement and easy to maintain, which would be very important for beginners.

Now you know, which books you should read for beginning. If you want to get results fast, combine your reading with using of MyLifeOrganized apps. That will definitely increase your productivity!

Sincerely yours,
The MyLifeOrganized team
Life is simple when organized

P.S. Many thanks to MLO users, who helped to prepare this material.

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