There’s a huge amount of productivity systems and time management strategies out there. But what actually works, and why?
Innovation Editor Christine Liu test-drove a handful of promising productivity methods: the classic Pomodoro Technique and two online platforms, Caveday and Focusmate. Then we talked to productivity expert Chris Bailey, author of “The Productivity Project,” on what successful methods all share, how best to manage your time, and what “being productive” even means.
Learn more about Chris Bailey: https://alifeofproductivity.com/
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