A Productivity Recipe

Couple of weeks ago I started the next round of attempts to improve my workflow and organize the day better. It had started to take way too much time to stay on top of things and something had had to be done about that. So, I began collecting feeds and read books on personal productivity and management, scanning them on a daily basis for new, more effective approaches and methods.

Today, catching up with collected reading, I stumbled upon an article by Michael Sampson sharing his productivity recipe. In the essay, he describes in details how Clarity, work without Interruptions, and Rested brain help to maintain top RPM of his brain cells during a business day. He gives a rousing speech with lots of examples; highly informative at the same time.

Needless to say, it helped me. I picked up some good advice and, what’s important, now I see that I’m not alone in my troubles with noise, distractions (I’m constantly fighting with) and documents organization. Thanks, Mike, for sharing your experience!

Please take a moment to read the article though as it may turn whole your life upside-down.