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A productivity gap – From Seth Godin

30 Dec

You’d think that with all the iPad productivity apps, smartphone productivity apps, productivity blogs and techniques and discussions… that we’d be more productive as a result.

Are you more productive? How much more?

I wonder how much productivity comes from new techniques, and how much comes from merely getting sick of non-productivity and deciding to do something that matters, right now.

Isaac Asimov wrote more than 400 books, on a manual typewriter, with no access to modern productivity tools. I find it hard to imagine they would have helped him write 400 more.

Sure, habits matter. So does getting out of your way. But if you want to hide, really want to hide, you’ll find a way.

The instinct to produce great work doesn’t require a fancy notebook.

Visit Seth Godin’s blog by clicking here – its excellent

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2 Comments

Posted by on December 30, 2013 in Investments

 

2 responses to “A productivity gap – From Seth Godin

  1. Life as an Investment

    December 30, 2013 at 11:08 pm

    +10000
    I really doubt that all these devices create productivity. They might, but for robots, not to the human being with such tendencies to procrastinating

     

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