How I Get $#!t Done

March 2014
GQ: Gentlemen's Quarterly;Mar2014, Vol. 84 Issue 3, p132
The article provides tips for improving productivity at work. It suggests finding out when one works best, whether it is in the early morning or mid-afternoon. Other suggestions include multitasking, delegating some responsibilities to other people, and using the Livescribe 3, a bluetooth-enabled pen that can convert handwritten notes to searchable digitized text.


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