BOB POZEN EXTREME PRODUCTIVITY PDF

And he has often been several of those things at once. Yet Pozen never comes across as overwhelmed, frazzled, or even all that busy. Our experiences with him led us to wonder if he might have something interesting to say about personal productivity. So we asked him about it. The result was a series of blog posts for hbr.

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Start your review of Extreme Productivity: Boost Your Results, Reduce Your Hours Write a review Shelves: how-to , productivity , business , leadership , career I have read the book 4 Hour Work Week by Timothy Ferris a number of times because it has some good tips in it about being effectively productive. His own attention span is short and his work and writing is somewhat sloppy, so I continue to dip into his works looking for little nuggets that help.

Now comes Robertt C. As someone who has read every productivity book out there, this one is a winner. In some ways, Pozen even has some of the same ideas as Ferris He is very practical and his productivity is so that he can accomplish more and do it effectively. I like his focus on figuring out what you do best, do it, and delegating the rest.

I like this book very much--he spends the requisite amount of time on setting goals and priorities, but then the rest of the book has specifics I also liked that Pozen addresses the homefront as well as career finding yourself a stay-at-home spouse or a quality support system.

And for someone that you might expect to be a bit old-school, I like that Pozen has embraced the flexible workplace. This is worth reading. Summary of Chapter 2 -Dont try methods of unstructuring procrastination -Set mini-deadlines and reward yourself for meeting them.

Let your followers set their own hours. Summary of Chapter 3 1. Check email on a set schedule. Multitask low-priority items. As a leader, eliminate Great book. Summary of Chapter 1 1. As a leader, eliminate bureaucratic roadblocks that hinder your people. Summary of Chapter 4 1. Make daily calendars at the beginning of each week for each day. Use split calendar see pg. Take a 30 minute nap each afternoon. Exercise regularly. Exercise is rated as the 2nd most happiness inducing activity- right behind sex.

Summary of Chapter 5 1. Keep a checklist of things to bring on trips. Beat jet-lag by exercising when you get to your destination. Buy a small gift for your family when gone, and call them every single day.

Summary of Chapter 6 1. Avoid meetings when possible. Summary of Chapter 7 1. Decide what your purpose in reading is. Get a grasp of the structure. Read the intro and conclusion. Skim the tops of paragraphs.

Write a summary of what you want to remember. Summary of Chapter 8 1. Outline before you write. Brainstorm, Categorize, then organize. Summary of Chapter 9 1. Do not write your speech word for word.

Start out with a joke. Turn them the audience from passive to active listeners by wandering around the audience and asking questions. Summary of Chapter 10 1. Get everyone to own their own space. This a good chapter to read when beginning a new leadership role. Start innovative awards: e. Best New Mistake Summary of Chapter 11 1. Keep a list of accomplishments that you can send your boss at the end of the quarter.

Summary of Chapter 12 1. Get education start with hard skills 2. Learn about other cultures. Summary of Chapter 13 1. Write down three or four ethical principles that will always guide you. Remember that it takes twenty years to build a reputation and five minutes to lose it. Think about the New York Times Test.

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Start your review of Extreme Productivity: Boost Your Results, Reduce Your Hours Write a review Shelves: how-to , productivity , business , leadership , career I have read the book 4 Hour Work Week by Timothy Ferris a number of times because it has some good tips in it about being effectively productive. His own attention span is short and his work and writing is somewhat sloppy, so I continue to dip into his works looking for little nuggets that help. Now comes Robertt C. As someone who has read every productivity book out there, this one is a winner. In some ways, Pozen even has some of the same ideas as Ferris

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