Weekly Journal September 7 – Productivity

LumberTribe Journal #20-37 Productivity

My weekly blog post routine includes posting links to great content I came across during the week.

What does being productive mean to you? The idea of productiveness traces back to 1727. It predates the Industrial Revolution when the quality of being productive of 1809, turns into “rate of output per unit” in 1899.

Literally, productivity focuses on getting the maximum production per worker or unit of machine per minute, hour, day, or week, etc. If you’re curious about how culture fits into it, I wrote an article about why productivity is such a big deal.

At the heart of my advice is a simple recommendation: take control of your time. To be more concrete, when thinking about your work day, I suggest that you give every minute a job.

When you’re running a business, you need to ask yourself tough questions. I’ve shared one of those tough questions with you in the title of this article.

So ask yourself: Is your business as productive as it could be?

Productivity is crucial for businesses looking to increase sales, impress customers, and maximize profits. If your company isn’t as productive as it could be, there are several steps you can take to make a positive difference. In this piece, I’ll take a closer look at some effective strategies to boost productivity.

I don’t go into depth about the finds but encourage you to check them out if they sound interesting.

These are my weekly favorites; I would love to hear about some of yours.

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