87% of workers, from business owners to freelancers, say they overwork on a regular basis. This can cause stress and undermine your personal productivity and your team's productivity. To help you avoid this scenario, the ebook teaches you how to do more during the day while working less.
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Look at your neighbor’s desk. Does your
colleague seem worry-free and always ends
his or her workday at five o’clock on the dot?
Then there’s a big chance that your colleague is among
the lucky 13% of workers who manage to avoid overworking.
You, on the other hand, have an 87% chance of overworking
at least 1 hour per week.
Manage to avoid overworking
Our feelings about those extra hours vary. For some indus-
tries a strict 40 hour week is not an option. Even if your com-
pany typically sticks to a 40 hour work week, there are situa-
tions when you might need to stay a couple of extra hours to
make sure everything is set and ready. But if overworking
leaves you stressed, it might hurt your productivity.
So,what if you and your teammates could work less and,at the
same time,get more done more during the day? To accomplish
this you just need to ﬁgure out a way to make ALL the time you
spend at work productive.
How can this simple e-book help you with that?How can this simple e-book help you with that?
First, armed with the results of multiple research studies, in-
cluding our own, we’ll introduce you to the three most dan-
gerous productivity killers. This introduction, however, would
be TBU (true-but-useless), unless backed up by some action
items. That’s why we’ll also provide you with an arsenal of
weapons to get rid of these threats once and for all.
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Meet Tim, an “average” manager who
has been recently assigned to run a
marketing team. Though he has their
best interests at heart, Tim doesn’t
seem to use his team to their fullest
To get the knack of each productivity killer, you’ll see it
through two stories: Tim’s and Tom’s. By the end of each chap-
ter, you’ll ﬁnd a useful tip box that will help you make the
Tom’s insights even more practical.So,without further ado,let
us introduce you to the ﬁrst of the three most notorious pro-
Now, let’s imagine there’s a “better ver-
sion” of him who happens to know a
couple of useful tricks and scientiﬁcally
proven techniques that help him trans-
form the way his new team operates
and thinks. Let’s call him Tom.