Supercharge Your Productivity

A Small Business Owner’s Guide to Getting Things Done, Increasing Profits, and Reducing Stress

Non-Fiction - Business/Finance
106 Pages
Reviewed on 10/10/2015
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Reviewed by Roy T. James for Readers' Favorite

Supercharge Your Productivity by Chaiwat Theerasong begins with the mechanics of success, where principles like consistency in approach, thinking big etc are discussed. Keys to assign priority are then analyzed, followed by ways to get more from existing strengths. The need to develop a system to augment one's productivity is introduced, mentioning how modern technology is of great use. While discussing the need to stay focused, we are introduced to the habits of productive people. Procrastination, a known enemy, is taken head on, the author suggesting a bunch of actions in defense. Gainful outsourcing tips with a beautiful summary complete the book. A seven-day action guide (spreadsheet) for practical analysis is also given along with the book.

Supercharge Your Productivity by Chaiwat Theerasong approaches the subject in a logical manner and outlines the principles successful people use to stay productive and become high achievers. Each of the points discussed are explained quite well, suggesting practically adaptable ways where appropriate. For example, one of the suggestions offered for avoiding procrastination is to divide a big job into manageable chunks and closely monitor those small, easy jobs. The concise summary given in the book can serve as a quick reminder for easy reference. This is a very good book, a thorough dissertation on productivity and a guide for the practical implementation of productivity enhancing techniques. And the supercharge productivity worksheet is of great help, both for gaining insight into the concepts and for adapting them to actual use.