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A bit-based fight has opened up between the productivity gurus, Tim Ferris of 4 Hour Work Week (4HWW) fame and Mark Hurst, author of the book “Bit Literacy.” It all started with an article in Entrepreneur Magazine written by Lena … Continue reading
Q. What is 2Time? Q. Why does anyone need a new approach to time management? Q. Does 2Time apply to every professional? Q. Do I have to abandon the system I am currently using? Q. Do I have to buy … Continue reading
I think that becoming more productive only increases in importance when a recession comes. I made that point in the following article taken from the Jamaica Daily Gleaner: http://go-jamaica.com/jobsmart/view_article_details.php?id=233 Tweet This Post Digg This Post Stumble This Post