Imagine that you take a whole year to become as productive as possible.
This is exactly what Chris Bailey did.
Last year in May, after he graduated from Carleton University, he had declined two full-time job offers and had started living a year of productivity.
The scope of his productivity project included: interviewing people, running productivity experiments on himself, and reading as many books as possible.
Chris wrote about everything he learned on his website A Year of Productivity (AYOP).
AYOP has received national and international media attention, and Chris has concluded his productivity year with TED talk about his project.
He started from nothing, and managed to grow his website to over 100,000 hits per month!
Chris has just finished with his year of productivity, so I’ve decide to interview him to hear what his future plan is, and to ask him about the best productivity strategies he has learned.
I really enjoyed talking with Chris, and I strongly suggest you listen to interview with him, where you will learn:
Listen to the interview with Chris here.
Eva Lu is an ex engineer who decided to give up her successful career and dedicate her life to inspire and motivate others to find the best in themselves.
She founded the “Mind of a Winner” website because she strongly believes that success is a skill developed by persistent people and her passion is to motivate others to become persistent enough.
Her inspiration and her mentors are self-made millionaires who helped thousands of people to change their lives and who managed to build careers with their passion and vision towards doing something what they love.
She also helps young entrepreneurs with business advices and encourages them not to give up on their dreams. She teaches them how to turn dreams into clear visions and ideas, and ideas into actions and results.
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