In this book I combined over 20 fields that I'd categorize to be under the umbrella of productivity. If you master any of these fields, your results in your business, job or school work will improve immediately. The more of these productivity fields you master, the better you will do in whatever you are working on.

Here is the link to the 20 Principles of Productivity book on Amazon.

Some of the topics covered in the book are: motivation, goal setting, stopping procrastination, mindfulness, mobile apps and tools that help with productivity, focus, self-discipline, time management, project planning, organization, task prioritization, dealing with stress and much more.

If you would like to license this book to give away for free on your website or to resell on your website, read this page about the PLR ebook licensing options available for this productivity book.

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Available On The Kindle Or Paperback

This book is available in two formats. On the Amazon page linked above, you can choose the Kindle version (it is cheaper) or the paperback version.

WHAT TO DO IF YOU DON'T HAVE A KINDLE: You don't need a Kindle device to read books on the Kindle. You have two options if you don't have a Kindle. You can read the book on the Kindle cloud reader, or you can read the book on the Kindle app for your Android phone or iPhone.

Here is the link to the Kindle cloud reader for you to be able to read the book on your computer, possibly as you are working on boosting your productivity.

Additional Books That Might Help You

Here is my full list of business and marketing books. From these books, some of the bestselling books that can help you with your event series are the business plan book, marketing plan book, the fundraising book and maybe even the mobile app business book. If you run a local business, this local business marketing book, an introduction to marketing book or this flier marketing book might help you understand how to best promote your business.

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1. hat you are going to get in this book and who the book is for
2. Start yesterday
3. Personal story and experience from your author
4. Which productivity?
5. Helpful practice to start the book: journal your distractions
6. Second helpful practice to start the book: examine your past 30 days of work: did they get you closer to your goals?
7. Weird and honest case study


1. Singular focus within a task
2. Identify highest value tasks: exercise and eventual discipline
3. Delegation for productivity
4. Automation for productivity
5. Budgeting for outsourcing, delegation and automation
6. In the business vs. on the business
7. Working in chunks or bursts
8. Can you run your business working 1 hour per day using productivity strategies?


1. Practical exercise: starting the Pomodoro Technique
2. Discipline yourself
3. Work is boring, and even worse, frustrating. I quit!
4. Work in quiet places
5. Tabs on your browser


1. Your subconscious and the story you tell yourself about you
2. Zeigarnik effect
3. The discipline of choosing the most important tasks
4. Feeling overwhelmed


1. Extent of the damage from a single interruption
2. Eliminating interruptions from people online
3. Eliminating email interruptions
4. Results of my "no email" experiment, day one
5. Results of my "no email" experiment, day two
6. Eliminating interruptions from your phone
7. Eliminating interriptions from co-workers
8. Eliminating interruptions from your office environment


1. Chapter introduction and disclaimer
2. Google Calendar
3. To-do note taking apps
4. Proper ways to make to-do lists
5. Trello for team productivity
6. Podcasting apps to help you learn on the go
7. Udemy app to learn on the go
8. Pocket app for bookmarking
9. TimeSink app
10. Software that blocks Facebook and time wasting websites
11. Pomodoro app
12. Boomerang app for Gmail (Chrome extension)
13. Social Quant and SocialOomph
14. Brain training games to increase productivity
15. Headspace mindfulness app
16. My own apps that help you start a business


1. Chapter introduction
2. Philosophy of “item groups” with everything having its designated place
3. 4 types or organizers and shelves for storage
4. Sharing my own work experience with organization
5. Standing desks for health and productivity
6. The top of your desk
7. Lighting: What types and how much
8. Wireless devices: keyboard, mouse, etc
9. Philosophy of having everything a reach away
10. Cleaning wipes for electronics
11. Should you eat at your desk?
12. Exercise 1 for organization: Spend 5 minutes daily on organizing
13. Exercise 2 for organization: create a to-do space
14. One more point about not eating at your desk


1. Time management chapter introduction
2. What, to you, constitutes time well spent?
3. Discipline: take nonessential tasks out of your schedule to make room for time well spent
4. Case study: results after not answering phone/email/messages
5. Benefits and tips for creating a weekly schedule/calendar
6. Schedule example
7. Time management checklist


1. Memory basics
2. How to boost your memory and keep it functioning well


1. Chapter introduction
2. Automation and optimization philosophy for business
3. Efficiency tips for how I wrote 14 books in 55 days which allowed for rapid market testing
4. Efficiency and optimization tips for automating your marketing
5. How to optimize the use of video, audio and written content creation
6. How to efficiently set up your environment for video and audio production
7. Learning new skills
8. Project planning to be efficient and organized with outlines
9. What not to make efficient or optimized
10. My optimization and efficiency strategy of fitting tasks into "time spaces"
11. Multitasking and efficiency
12. Don't work while tired, and know when to rest
13. Making communication more efficient


1. Chapter introduction: philosophy
2. Psychological defense mechanisms
3. Culture and external environment
4. Two Mindfulness definitions
5. Blaming and looking for scapegoats
6. Mindfulness exercise one
7. Mindfulness exercise two
8. Mindfulness exercise three


1. What exactly is life purpose?
2. The mistake not to make when trying to figure out your life purpose
3. Exercise to begin exploring your life purpose by exploring your curiosity
4. What kind of a legacy would you like to leave?
5. How I discovered my own life purpose by following my own curiosity
6. Story from Dostoevsky
7. Me-me-me vs. doing something that is a bigger cause
8. Exercise to help discover mind purpose


1. Intrinsic vs. extrinsic motivation
2. Extra ways to stay motivated long-term
3. Motivation exercise one: plan healthy living into your day
4. Motivation exercise two: checklist of additions to your schedule
5. Additional reasons for low motivation
6. Break big tasks into smaller achievable tasks to give yourself a light at the end of the tunnel
7. List of 10 short-term things you can do to get more motivation TODAY
8. Little motivational story


1. What are goals & difference of goals vs. dreams
2. S.M.A.R.T goal setting
3. Goal setting exercise: create a list of your top-10 goals
4. Business planning the goals and setting them in motion
5. Why new year resolutions don't work
6. Mistake we all make with our goals
7. Mistake two: ego-based mental trap that leads to mistakes when setting goals


1. Procrastination is a habit
2. Procrastination before sitting down to do a task
3. Are you avoiding unpleasant tasks? Make them more tolerable
4. Have you turned yourself into a dreamer and not a doer?
5. Is perfectionism preventing you from starting?
6. Do you work better under pressure
7. Fear of criticism
8. Distractions causing procrastination?
9. Adding accountability: having deadlines imposed on you
10. Checklist of quick procrastination wins you can do now
11. Experiment to try with TV and Facebook
12. Rewarding yourself
13. Procrastinating vs. prioritizing

Excerpt From The Productivity Book

Which Productivity?

Productivity is a very overused term. Each of the following very different aspects of productivity are considered aspects of productivity.

1) Procrastinating and never sitting down to do anything
2) Sitting down to work, getting distracted, and not working
3) Sitting down and working poorly
4) Making you more resourceful at overcoming challenges and roadblocks
5) Getting the right kind of help
6) Working on the right things
7) Team productivity
8) Full business productivity

Productivity is one of those terms for which everyone seems to have their own definition. I wrote this book with the intention to bring all the disparate subfields of productivity under one umbrella. I'll cover these and many additional aspects of productivity later in this book.

I will help you reduce procrastination and strengthen your focus to get you working as effectively as possible for longer periods of time. I’ll also help you choose tasks to work on, and explain how to choose tasks which will be more likely to get you closer to your goals. I'll also help you understand how to tell which life goals are specifically ideal for you.

Productivity Coaching

If you would like personalized, one on one help with event planning and marketing, I can help you. Simply email me, and we can get started. I offer business coaching for $100/hour to help you determine if hiring me to help you with your business and marketing strategy and planning is the right choice for you without having to buy expensive coaching programs. Here is a page where I explain how you can hire me as a business coach.