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Hi! I am Eike. I have been a digital nomad for over 10 years. 10 years ago I was the exception. But nowadays with the Coronavirus pandemic, millions of people have started to work remotely and many of them are finding it a challenge to remain productive.
This book shows you how to become not only more productive but less stressed and happier at work. It is specifically written for those people that are able to work remotely and therefore have to self-organize themselves.
The productivity hacks presented in this book are original, and tested by us as well as by our clients. They have made us and our clients become way more organized and productive at work while working from home or in many cases travelling the world.
If you want to become more productive and happier, read this book!
How to make mind sweeps
How to make goal pyramids
How to set goals the right way
How to split goals into tasks
How to make a list of anti-goals
How to know what to focus on today
How to prioritize
How to work in focus cycles
How to create a weekly plan
How to make a daily task list
How to estimate work effort in an agile way
How to do self time tracking
How to get analytics on your work
How to work in the most effective agile way
How to hold the best meetings
How to work with a productivity coach
How to increase productivity by working in pairs
How to find the ideal remote work arrangement
How to ensure that your workspace leads to productivity
How to work standing or walking
Who can benefit
from this book?
This book has advice that has the potential to transform the life of any knowledge worker, and in particular:
It is also for any person who is a manager, managing a team.
Remote knowledge workers:
But this book is also for those people that are working remotely and trying to better self-manage themselves.
Artists & Creatives:
It is also for people that are working as musicians or creative artists.
How is this book different?
You will find that this book is different from any other book you have read on productivity, time management, goal settings or generally success. The main difference come from:
👉 Focus on implementation rather than theory
👉 Original content rather than just coming outdated concepts
👉 Everything has been tried and tested
Focus on implementation means that we will not go into depth on why certain things work nor the research behind them. If you want to get that in-depth knowledge then there are many other books that will help you. Here, we just want to give you specific advice on how to achieve your goals, be more successful and happier.
Furthermore, this book is different in that most of its content is original. This is different from books written by journalists or bloggers that just copy and summarize from other authors. While some of our productivity hacks have been inspired by the work of other authors, most of them are new or at least have been implemented in a new way. So you can be sure that you will find a lot of new productivity ideas, even if you have already read many books about things like goal setting, habits, focus, time management and productivity.
Finally, the advice in this book has been tried and tested. In fact the authors have all studied productivity for over 10 years and have made experiments with themselves and with others. In that process we discovered that a lot of popular advice simply does not work in practise; either it is very hard to implement or it rarely gives the desired results. The advice you find here are productivity hacks that we have seen to give great results.
Dr. Eike Post
Eike has been a productivity nerd for over 20 years. At 15 he was about to drop out of high school. Then he learned about productivity and was able to finish university with 19, earned 3 Bachelors, 3 Masters and a PhD at 25 (UC Berkeley, Cornell). Founded and invested in many businesses while travelling the world. Mentored many startups founders on how to get more done while working remotely.
Steve Pavlina is widely recognized as one of the most successful personal development bloggers in the world, with his work attracting more than 100 million visits to StevePavlina.com.
Dan Silvestre is the founder of One Productivity, a newsletter that teaches people how to achieve extraordinary results and get things done. He blogs about them at his personal website, DanSilvestre.com.
Nayely has experience advising different types of companies in productivity and project management. She is certified as Scrum Master and Agile Coach.
Duncan is an architect with over 20 years’ experience of designing homes and corporate environments.
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