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#ProdChat – 08/27/14 – Productivity Challenges

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#ProdChat – 08/27/14 – #Productivity Challenges

On August 27, 2014, #ProdChat held our monthly Productivity Challenges discussion. Members pitch in their current productivity challenges and everyone helps one another with the challenges presented.

For this month, our productivity challenges were:

Q1: A recent emailer asked me: how do you manage multiple social media profiles so it doesn’t soak up all your time? #prodchat

Q2: @markdealmba: How do you get the most out of social CRM? #prodchat

Q3: @apinaud: How do you build good routines in a new city, house, school, etc.? #prodchat

Q4: If you do a #GTD weekly review, how have you modified/tailored it for yourself? #prodchat

Q5: @nmhouston: Sleep: How do you get more of it? #prodchat

Q6: Quick #productivity challenge: Tools for scanning pages from physical books? #prodchat

Watch the slideshow to see what the productivity enthusiasts on #ProdChat had to say to help conquer this diverse set of productivity challenges. Enjoy!

Also, if you didn’t know, Productivity Book Group, a virtual, personal productivity book discussion club, is currently reading Monday Morning Choices by David Cottrell, for our upcoming discussions:

Live Book Discussions: 1) Chapters 1-6 – September 27, 2014, and
2) Chapters 7-11 – October 11, 2014
Call-in Information: 1-712-432-3100 PIN: 629891


Monday Morning Choices by David Cottrell

Monday Morning Choices by David Cottrell

Click here for details about joining our live discussions!

Productivity Book Group is a virtual, personal productivity book discussion club. All are invited to read the easily manageable selections and discuss these personal productivity and related books with the group!

General Information

We meet usually twice monthly, covering approximately 100 pages per discussion. The logic behind this is to read about 10 pages per day leading up to every discussion, so that it’s realistic.

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