25 Keynotes on Improving Productivity
From Finding Clarity and Purpose to Making Work Into Play
By: Jaime Neely
Jan 16, 13
This collection of keynotes offers tips, tricks and advice on the most effective ways for improving productivity in both one’s professional and personal life. As these speeches illustrate, how efficient someone is in his or her personal life can have a direct impact on productivity in the workplace. Productivity is a lifestyle and there are many ways to instill good habits to foster this type of behavior.
Life coach Anthony Robbins supports the idea of making small changes to see big results and he believes this applies life in and out of the office. By focusing and setting small goals, it is easier to be more productive as gradual progress is tracked.
Other speakers here such as David Allen and Karen Thompson encourage tapping into one’s fear and paranoia as way to become fully engaged in goals and task because it instills a sense of urgency. Some speakers also push the idea of productivity stemming from passion; the more passionate you are about something, the more likely it is you will achieve great things.
These speeches on improving productivity discuss unconventional methods and strategies that are definitely worth it to try.
Tiny Changes Mean Huge Results
The Art of Focusing
Developing Strategic Rituals
Finding Clarity and Purpose
Thriving in Any Situation
The Importance of Productivity
How Crisis Evokes Serenity
Office Time Management
Finding Persistant Passions
Maximizing the Work Day
Insight From Fear
How Sleep Increases Productivity
Power of Organization
Getting Rid of Negativity
Making Work into Play
The Web's Impact on Productivity
The Problem of Interruption
Breaking Down Productivity Myth
Open Source Product Development
Using Time Blocking
The Art of Prioritizing
Increasing Worker Moral and Efficiency
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