Is there a productivity trap? Is our culture obsessed with getting things done and checking tasks off lists? Kristin asks her former Lifehacker editors if we have a productivity problem.
Alan Henry (New York Times editor) and Whitson Gordon (writer, New York Times, Popular Science) make the case for productivity...with a purpose. They offer some concrete, actionable tips, like the Daily 3-Task Method, to make sure you don't fall into the so-called "productivity trap." Instead, productivity should be about making time for the things that truly matter to you.
- How to Prioritize When Everything Is Important, Alan Henry
- Three Tasks You Should Do Every Day to Stay Productive, Whitson Gordon
- In Defense of Life Hacking, Whitson Gordon
- How to Turn Your Laziness Into Efficiency, Alan Henry
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