Happy Tuesday everyone!
We hope that you're having a great day and knocking out items on your schedule. If not, don't worry because today's post has a list of great productivity reads to help you get out of your slump and back into the saddle.
First of all, let me just say that information overload is real.
And as a recommendation (because it's probably not very helpful to try to read each of these today) go ahead and bookmark these links and come back and revisit them. It's better to take a little time to look at each one and give them a chance to sink in rather than try to consume them all at once.
So here's a roundup of 5 great productivity reads for the week:
Google and Bloomberg Have This 1 Rule in Their Offices--and It Works - by Sophie Jarvis
If you've been lacking some inspiration & motivation, then you've got to read this. (Hint: you might have a piece of this on your desk)
5 Emails to Schedule Now for Maximum Productivity - by Aaron Agius
Do you spend time writing the same emails over and over? Find out the 5 emails you should have ready to send to save yourself some extra time.
8 Productivity Tools Illustrate You Have Way More Time Than You Think - by Bill Carmody
If you feel like you don't have enough time in each day to accomplish tasks, these tools might prove otherwise (for your good though).
The Student Survival Guide to Productivity - by Emma Murray
Students, this is your chance! Check out this survival guide to help you thrive!
8 Ways to Stay Motivated (Especially When Times Get Tough) - by Melissa Thompson
Tough times are ahead (that's a given), but sometimes we need an extra boost. Check out these 8 ways to stay motivated.
And those are 5 great productivity reads you can check out this week - as always, happy scheduling! :-)