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While I do love getting a head start on my Christmas Shopping and we always include “Something to READ” every year. This year I’m sharing my favorite productivity books. These are books that have truly changed my life and helped me to create my own personal time management systems. Don’t get overwhelmed – these books are easy reads and will make a huge difference if you are feeling overwhelmed.
Below are Some of the Best Productivity Books to Read
THE CLASSIC!! This book is my #1 recommendation for anyone looking to find a productivity method that will work. If you manage projects and often feel overwhelmed this book is for you. It also makes a great gift for your spouse, coworkers or boss.
This was one of my TOP READS for 2019. If you are looking for an excellent resource to help you create habits that stick, pick up this book today!
Another great book on habits. Charles Duhigg does a deep dive into how our brains work and why habits are so important. I learned a lot from this book and would recommend it if you’ve already read Atomic Habits and want to dig a little deeper.
You know I love a good planner, but did you know that for YEARS I used the Bullet Journal method instead of a typical planner?? I even revert back to this method when life gets ultra-busy and I need to really focus. Ryder Carrol is the creator of the bullet journal, he has inspired millions to try his method and the success stories are everywhere. Just look up #bujo on Instagram and you’ll see just how popular (and fun!) this organizing/planning method can be.
This book changed the ways I manage my mornings and has helped me to create systems in my day that enable me to get more done. His ideas will help you stay focused in a distracting world. He presents 4 rules that are easy to understand and implement!
If you are just beginning to work on improving your Productivity, I highly recommend starting with the first book on my list, Getting Things Done. This book is really the foundation for my productivity systems. I hope you found these books helpful to get you focused on improving your time management!