Having been bathed in academic life for a while now, mainly as a student, and moving abroad from undergraduate school to graduate school to conducting research, I often constantly feel like I need to keep my productivity levels high.
The importance of productivity became clear to me when I spent that tough year in London, going through the foundation year that was leading to the Medicine (MD) degree which I was planning to enter. The seats were limited, and the options for me were also limited, as I already held a BSc Computer Science and MSc Software Engineering, and didn’t want to lose more time. Why, may you ask, did I move from Computer Science to Medicine? This is a long story I may mention in another book…
It was a new feeling for me to be productive in a steady manner instead of short periods of time. Yes, that was a bit odd for me. Thus, I decided to trace the factors that lead to productivity and success.
I traced and wrote the factors, and wrote them in my first book: “How I Became Productive”. In this book, I focus on practical tips and proven factors to be productive in your daily life.
Happy reading, and be productive!