By Anusha Bapat

We share our 3 favorite books to help up your productivity especially now when we the boundaries between work and home are blurred with all of us working from home.

  1. Eat That Frog – By Brian Tracy

“If the first thing you do when you wake up each morning is to eat a live frog, then nothing worse can happen for the rest of the day.” 

Brian Tracy illustrates your most difficult task as the frog and how you should eat it first to boost and maintain your efficiency and zeal for the rest of the day. All your other tasks will automatically seem easier once you’re done with the hardest. It’s plain old practical advice presented in a very animated and compelling way. 

2. The Productivity Project – By Chris Bailey

The book explains motivating tactics and experiments in a very coherent manner. It deals with fresh ideologies like “productive procrastination” and “striving for imperfection”. The propositions he presents are very relatable and appealing. His strategies make you look at productivity in a new light and make you want to enjoy and absorb the process. 

3. The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People – By Stephen R Covey

This is one of those classic books you can never go wrong with. A wholesome read that talks about changing aspects of your personality to meet the problem. The book emphasizes the importance of setting a goal and working towards the right direction while having an “abundance mentality” and “synergising” for future benefit. After explaining the struggles of successful individuals, he goes on to describe 7 habits to cultivate that will guarantee you success and happiness.

We hope you like these recommendations as much as we do!