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Optimize Your Productivity - The Counterintuitive Approach to Get More Done in Less Time (Today) - cover

Optimize Your Productivity - The Counterintuitive Approach to Get More Done in Less Time (Today)

Lisa Kardos

Publisher: Lisa Kardos, Ph.D.

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Optimize Your Productivity is the go-to guide for getting more done in less time, especially if other productivity systems have failed you in the past. Lisa Kardos, Ph.D., an engineer, bestselling author, speaker, and consultant, has authored another title in the spirit of applying engineering best practices as a logical approach to improve our lives. Optimize Your Productivity will not only help you get to the root of your productivity issues, but it will also provide an interesting and unique approach to the formidable subject, including a "quickstart" guide to aid you immediately. If you know you could be more productive, or need some motivation to improve your productivity, this book will not disappoint!

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