What is productivity for you? Using your skills and the resources around you, the tasks you manage on your own determine how 'productive' or 'creative' you are. Not essentially artistic, but being creative defines productivity. From the moment you wake up in the morning, you have the entire day in front of you and the first step towards being productive is having the big picture in mind.
The fast-moving world of today requires us that we manage our time effectively. Productivity is all about the balance you keep between quality and quantity. So it is not really about how fast you can do something, but actually about how much you are getting out of your own efforts. A lot of projects are timeline-based, and even one day where you lack in productivity can get the project off the hook.
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Whether it's at work or in your own personal life, time is money. Especially in the case of businesses, where an increase in productivity is not only beneficial for businesses with more return in revenues but also for employees alike. In an organisation, there are a lot of tasks which can be automated and thus time can be saved through their automation. One good example is sending out emails, you simply cannot waste the entire day composing e-mails, since it is a daily task and pretty time-consuming!
Look below for productivity lessons from a few founders of some of the greatest enterprises in the world.
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