Getting to Getting More Done in Life and Work: A Survey of the Best Productivity Literature
There are many books that describe promote systems for self-improvement and greater personal productivity available today. Many of them deal with one aspect of becoming better at time, task, project, energy, and team management. In this lecture, Ray Sidney-Smith, productivity-technology-management consultant, coach and trainer, will cover his journey through productivity literature to build a more cohesive methodology for those looking to get more done. He’ll do this by threading together the main concepts of many personal productivity books on the topics of focus, habit, motivation, overcoming procrastination, managing energy, and organization skills.
小时候在陕西咸阳，15岁来纽约。毕业于Stony Brook University， 在一家法国保险公司做精算。07 年到12年， 外派去巴黎，香港和雅加达。12年底回到美国分公司。喜欢自我挑战，新鲜事物，纪录片，自驾旅。曾去过31个国家旅游。个人觉得约旦的自驾游最有趣。
Ray Sidney-Smith is a perennial Small Business advocate, working tirelessly to help small businesses launch, grow, and succeed in the marketplace each and every day.
Through advising countless organizations and business owners, founding a national nonprofit dedicated to supporting and nurturing young, American small business entrepreneurship, and sitting on the board of technology start-ups, Ray has developed a keen sense for what factors determine successful outcomes in business management and technology implementations.