• The 21-Day Productivity Challenge - Learn How to Supercharge Your Productivity with Easy Strategies That Don't Require Superhuman Willpower and Liters of Coffee

  • 21-Day Challenges, Book 3
  • By: 21 Day Challenges
  • Narrated by: Francie Wyck
  • Length: 1 hr and 4 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Release date: 01-28-16
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Kemah Bay Marketing LLC
  • 4 out of 5 stars (29 ratings)

Regular price: $6.95

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Publisher's Summary

Are you tired of being unproductive, of wasting so much time on distractions you don't even enjoy, of always putting things off until the last minute?

Are you ready to go from procrastination to productivity, to stay energized and focused throughout the day, to feel that satisfying sense of accomplishment at the end of the day?

Time is no less than your actual life, yet it's so easy to throw it away on junk TV, mindless Internet surfing, or procrastinating with things you want to do and know you should do.

Productive people don't have any more time in their days than you do, and they certainly aren't busier than you are. The main difference is focus. A productive person has a way to cut through life's clutter and nonsense and make sure that most of his or her efforts go to the good stuff - fulfilling work, relationships, self-improvement...anything he or she values, really.

Productivity isn't about becoming a superefficient superhuman (although, if that's your goal - great!) but rather making more efficient use of the resources and skills you already have.

In this book, we're not going to be doing any magic tricks. No quick fixes here. But what we will be doing is becoming more aware of time and how to use it smartly, managing energy and resources, finding out true priorities, and dealing with procrastination and laziness once and for all.

©2015 Ingrid Lindberg (P)2015 21 Day Challenges

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  • Kayla J.
  • Philadelphia, PA, United States
  • 05-27-17

simple and effective guidelines

I've read a lot of books on the topic and this is by far the most inclusive and to the point productivity and efficiency book out there. Each chapter gave me nuggets of information and ideas that I have already started incorporating into my everyday life.

Narrated by Francie Wyck, pleasant to listen to.

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I love this 21-day challenge!

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I am a huge procrastinator and I really needed help with being more productive. This book has helped me a lot! There are many tips listed inside on how to be more productive.

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Excellent no-BS resource on procrastination

This book will help you to stop procrastinating by having you understand where this behaviour, to avoid doing what you should do, comes from in the first place. Once you understand, you'll be able to find ways that work for you, instead of fighting yourself endlessly and trying to get things done by sheer willpower and discipline, both of which are exhausting and no fun at all.

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feeling on fire!

I love this book. I think it is a great read for any small business owner especially. It is a great motivation to look at yourself and see the problem areas where you are holding yourself back. I would recommend this!

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Unique approach to productivity

I don't have much discipline and often give up before even trying, but this approach, having a small and realistic task every day works for me. All the small changes and activities really add up after 1+ weeks and I'm getting way more done. Cannot recommend this series enough!

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3-week commitment

This is the most helpful anti-procrastination book I've come across. I like the 3-week commitment; it's realistic and kept me motivated for the duration of the challenge. Definitely recommended!

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Dissertation

This challenge helped me finish my dissertation after months of procrastination and frustration, very grateful for the effective tools the author shared.

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  • James
  • Darwin, Australia
  • 06-15-17

great challenge!

This book has totally helped me on some major projects I had been putting off for way too long. I highly recommend listening (or reading) if you're having trouble getting things done efficiently. I simply listen to a chapter in the morning before I get to work.

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Is this a joke?

Wow.... Might be the worst book/audiobook I've read. Narrator is laughable ... It sounds like she's mocking someone in a comedy skit

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More suited for high school students

What would have made The 21-Day Productivity Challenge - Learn How to Supercharge Your Productivity with Easy Strategies That Don't Require Superhuman Willpower and Liters of Coffee better?

This was so basic as to be compared to a doctor's office handout. Nothing new at all.

What didn’t you like about Francie Wyck’s performance?

Sounds like a robot. I was shocked to find out it was not.

1 of 22 people found this review helpful