Productivity 106 is a self-help book for people who want to explore new and different ways to improve productivity. They have tried, and are tired of, old-school time management. But they do not yet have a resource to stimulate thinking differently to improve their results. In 106 super-short, fresh and inspirational essays based on his everyday experiences, Gerrit Cloete shares productivity insights and: •Challenge you to reflect on and change your current mindset to develop new productivity insights. •Enable you to easily share your new enthusiasm with team or family members using the short stories in this book. •Initiate conversations with colleagues and friends about the impact of traditional time management methods. •Give you ideas (sometimes controversial)available on tap with which to challenge your colleagues and friends when they come out in defence of outdated productivity methods. Dip into this book and you will be rewarded with gems of inspiration. Apply just a few of the ideas and suggestions to discover, for the first time or by renewal, what really matters most to you, and how to get things done in unconventional ways. In short, you will experience improved quality of life as you get more of your right things done - easier, faster and better.
"What a delight – so nice to just pick up and open to an arbitrary page and delve into a moment of presence, awareness and productivity. With grateful thanks for your work, your ability to communicate what is happening around you and the courage to share this with the world." - Barry Coltham "I am finding your book a delight. I am dipping into it and reading chapters at random. The illustrations are delightful, and they add to the pleasure of reading the book." - Joan Joffe Observe. Reflect. Connect. Share. That's what Gerrit Cloete, author of this book, enjoys doing. Connecting his experiences with the theme of continuing to enjoy a productive, happy and fulfilling life. This book is a selection of 106 of the Monday Memos that he has been writing and sharing with readers since 2013. It offers a different view on 'productivity', blending the softer side of productivity with the harder, industrial-era mechanistic view. The industrial revolution is history. So is its narrow definition of productivity - as far as human beings are concerned. Each reflection is beautifully illustrated by visual artist John Roome. Every drawing was specially created for this book. Why "106"? The full story is in the book, but Gerrit wants to live to age 106, beating his stepgrandmother Martel, who lived till age 105. One memo for every year... And as an academic postfix, well... '106' is way beyond '101'... To place an order for 10+ copies and receive a discounted unit price, please click here to send the author an email. Prefer the Kindle version? Click here for details.
A super-short 20-minute read as introduction to 8 basic work habits to rapidly and sustainably help you to enjoy an even more productive, happy and fulfilling life.