About the Book

Double Your Productivity Without Feeling Overworked and Overwhelmed.

What if a few new habits could dramatically increase your productivity, and even 5x or 10x it in key areas? What if you could get an an hour a day to read, exercise, or to spend with your family. New York Times bestselling author, Kevin Kruse, presents the remarkable findings of his study of ultra-productive people. Based on survey research and interviews with billionaires, Olympic athletes, straight-A students, and over 200 entrepreneurs—-including Mark Cuban, Kevin Harrington, James Altucher, John Lee Dumas, Pat Flynn, Grant Cardone, and Lewis Howes—-Kruse answers the question: what are the secrets to extreme productivity? In this book, you'll learn:

  • Why millionaires don't use to-do lists (and what they DO use)
  • How to cure procrastination with the “Time Travel” trick
  • How the Harvard "DDR Questions" save 8 hours a week
  • How to identify your REAL priorities
  • How to get to zero emails in your inbox using 321Zero
  • How the simple E-3C system will double your productivity
  • How to reduce stress with the Richard Branson Tool
  • How to leave work at 5:00 without feeling guilty
  • How to run meetings like Apple, Google & Virgin
  • How to conquer social media distractions
  • BONUS: QUIZ - Discover Your Time Personality
  • BONUS: 100+ Time Management Quotes
  • Buy this book NOW to increase your productivity and stop feeling so overworked and overwhelmed! Pick up your copy today by clicking the BUY NOW button at the top of this page!

About the Author

Kevin Kruse is a New York Times BESTSELLING AUTHOR, and entrepreneur who has used a relentless focus on Wholehearted Leadership, employee engagement and Extreme Productivity to build and sell several, multimillion dollar technology companies, winning both Inc 500 and Best Place to Work awards along the way.

Kevin is also the author of several books including 15 Secrets Successful People Know About Time Management, Employee Engagement 2.0, Unlimited Clients, and the NY Times, Wall Street Journal and USA Today bestseller, We: How to Increase Performance and Profits Through Full Engagement, which was named one of the top leadership books in 2011 by 800-CEO-Read.

Kevin writes regularly as a contributor for Forbes.com, and has published over 100 articles for various publications on topics related to leadership, engagement and entrepreneurship. He delivers keynotes to audiences around the world.

Kevin lives in Philadelphia.

About the Reviews

I work as a consultant and sales professional with two young kids that I want to be home with on evenings and weekends. I was struggling to keep up with all of my work and knew I was not being as productive at work as I could be. I discovered this book after hearing the author on a podcast (Eventual Millionaire) and bought it right away. The insights were extremely helpful and the book was well worth the money. This has made a huge difference for me already in terms of my productivity and I would highly recommend the book to anyone.

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BUY THIS. I was an over-scheduled, stressed, multi-career people pleaser. And I am a time management enthusiast. I have read all the books. This one is a gem. This talks about protecting yourself from interruptions. Scheduling your ENTIRE to-do list onto your calendar (estimating the time it will take to complete it) so you can see really how much you can fit into your day. He talks about the importance of habits and routines. He goes over just about everything. He is not pompous and perfect, he is real and very smart. It has changed my life! I am still struggling to defend my morning "focus time" from interruptions, STRUGGLING. It is amazing how attached time-wasters are to wasting your time. I am getting so much resistance. New invented excuses for yet another interruption. Dear Mr. Kruse, maybe your next book can address the strangely intense resistance that you may encounter when you really do commit to defending your time. It may be the biggest time management trick yet. :)

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Thank you Kevin Kruse for writing this book. It's a must-read for stay-at-home moms, as well as other people who struggle with there not being enough seconds in the day. My husband also found it helpful managing time at work. Really, you'd have be a certain kind of special to not get something out of this book. Very much recommend.

Product Info

Paperback: 202 pages
Publisher: The Kruse Group; 1 edition (October 11, 2015)
Language: English
Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars 396 customer reviews

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