7 Productivity Experts to Follow

Even though we use our social media feeds for everything else–we probably don’t use them to get productivity tips. But you should! That’s why we compiled this list of productivity experts–you can follow them on their personal websites or Twitters to unlock your true potential!

1. Carson Tate.

We’ve already written about Carson Tate and her productivity styles. Tate’s motto is that we should work smarter, not harder – which we can definitely get behind. Thousands of people use Tate’s systems to increase productivity without spending all day at the office.

2. Greg McKeown.

As a public speaker and leadership and business consultant, Greg McKeown is all about saying no. The essentialist McKeown can teach to you how to organize your life so you focus only on what’s most important. When you know how to prioritize, you can stop wasting your precious time.

3. Cathy Sexton.

Longtime productivity expert Cathy Sexton developed I.G.N.I.T.E., a program aimed at helping people uncover their productivity styles so they can find the best way to up their output at work. Sexton has a plethora of tips and exercises to help you optimize productivity, increase focus, and get the most out of your workday.

4. Laura Vanderkam.

Laura Vanderkam has practically written the book on work-life balance. She’s all about effective time management – which means having a successful career without sacrificing her family life. Her book I Know How She Does It chronicles what the most successful women do with their time.

5. Neen James.

Neen James is all about teaching you to do more things in less time. If that’s not the most accurate definition of productivity, I don’t know what is. She’s worked with corporations on how to increase productivity and focus – but that doesn’t mean she can’t help individuals too.

6. Julia Roy

Julia Roy is the co-founder of WorkHacks, which helps businesses learn how to increase their productivity. Instead of sitting in useless meetings and replying to email after email, WorkHacks and Julia Roy can teach you how to actually get things done instead of being trapped at a desk all day.

7. Laura Stack.

Also known as The Productivity Pro, Laura Stack has been helping people unlock their highest productivity levels for 25 years. The accomplished author’s techniques will help you focus, manage your time, and increase your accuracy at work.

Enjoyed this? Check out Understanding the 4 Productivity Styles

Written by Roselyn Sebastian 

Even though we use our social media feeds for everything else–we probably don’t use them to get productivity tips. But you should! That’s why we compiled this list of productivity experts–you can follow them on their personal websites or Twitters to unlock your true potential!

1. Carson Tate.

We’ve already written about Carson Tate and her productivity styles. Tate’s motto is that we should work smarter, not harder – which we can definitely get behind. Thousands of people use Tate’s systems to increase productivity without spending all day at the office.

2. Greg McKeown.

As a public speaker and leadership and business consultant, Greg McKeown is all about saying no. The essentialist McKeown can teach to you how to organize your life so you focus only on what’s most important. When you know how to prioritize, you can stop wasting your precious time.

3. Cathy Sexton.

Longtime productivity expert Cathy Sexton developed I.G.N.I.T.E., a program aimed at helping people uncover their productivity styles so they can find the best way to up their output at work. Sexton has a plethora of tips and exercises to help you optimize productivity, increase focus, and get the most out of your workday.

4. Laura Vanderkam.

Laura Vanderkam has practically written the book on work-life balance. She’s all about effective time management – which means having a successful career without sacrificing her family life. Her book I Know How She Does It chronicles what the most successful women do with their time.

5. Neen James.

Neen James is all about teaching you to do more things in less time. If that’s not the most accurate definition of productivity, I don’t know what is. She’s worked with corporations on how to increase productivity and focus – but that doesn’t mean she can’t help individuals too.

6. Julia Roy

Julia Roy is the co-founder of WorkHacks, which helps businesses learn how to increase their productivity. Instead of sitting in useless meetings and replying to email after email, WorkHacks and Julia Roy can teach you how to actually get things done instead of being trapped at a desk all day.

7. Laura Stack.

Also known as The Productivity Pro, Laura Stack has been helping people unlock their highest productivity levels for 25 years. The accomplished author’s techniques will help you focus, manage your time, and increase your accuracy at work.

Enjoyed this? Check out Understanding the 4 Productivity Styles

Written by Roselyn Sebastian 

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