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Productivity Lessons That Have Endured Through the Ages

Productivity Lessons That Have Endured Through the Ages "It is possible to move mountains by carrying small stones" "A picture is worth a thousand words" "A dull pencil is greater than the sharpest memory" 3,14159.? ..3,1514? 5 completed small tasks are likely to bring you more satisfaction than one big task being 50% completed. Your brain is 60,000 times more productive when processing visuals. Why not visualize your plans? Studies prove that if you write down your goals, you are 33% more likely to achieve them. Source: Source: "An hour in the is worth two in the evening" “No living man all things can" "A stitch in time saves nine" ning 41% of a knowledge worker's daily tasks could be handled more competently if they were delegated. GTD methodology recommends: if a task takes less than 2 minutes, then tackle it without delay. Only 10.2% of early birds feel overworked versus 26.7% of night owls. Source: (Wrike survey, 2013) "Tell me and I'll forget, show me and I may remember, involve me and I'll understand" "Think of many things, do one" "Better an ounce of happiness than a pound of gold" est her Switching between multiple tasks decreases your productivity by 40% and lowers your IQ by 10 points. 56.7% of people feel motivated by good mood, while a possible reward encourages efficiency in just 42.1% employees. We retain 75% of what we learn by doing compared to 5% when just listening. Source:, Source:, (Wrike survey, 2013) Brought to you by Wrike. Project management software that makes you more productive.

Productivity Lessons That Have Endured Through the Ages

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Some productivity lessons have endured through the ages for a reason. They work. Wrike put together a collection of productivity proverbs and backed them up with interesting stats. Share them with you...






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