These are 25 extremely valuable productivity blogs that I highly recommend. It took me weeks to compile and write this list.
These are 25 blogs you should at least be subscribed to. I’m going to give you a brief summary on each blog, as well as their focus. And no, I’m not getting paid to include any of these.
I changed the way I’m doing my Weekend Reading articles.
I’m still doing money and productivity, but I’m adding an “in the news” section.
The idea is that I can browse through thousands of articles each week. Yes, literally thousands.
And I can find the best money and productivity articles, and also the most interesting/useful news stories.
We all know that 90% of the news is useless, so I’m going to funnel what I what. Just for you. Because I love you.
This sounds like a clickbait title, but hey, at least it’s not a list post. Hear me out though.
Honestly, it’s hard to name something in the few words you get with an article headline.
Especially something like this that requires an explanation, regardless of how simple it sounds.
The thing is, there is one productivity tip that is the most effective way to get stuff done, but it’s rarely talked about, and I can’t explain it in a headline, so I’ll explain it in this 3-minute-read.
Saving your first $1000 emergency fund can be difficult.
You may be in debt, and barely making ends meet, and then you start a plan like Dave Ramsey’s “Baby Steps,” and the first step is to save $1000.
You’re thinking “I can’t even pay my water bill, how am I supposed to save $1000?”
Well, I’m not going to say these ways are easy, but they are effective, and if you’re willing to put in the work, you can get $1000 saved very quickly, Anyone can.
Happy Friday everyone!
I’ve been reading all kinds of things.
I’ve read a couple books this week, and over 20 book summaries on Blinkist – I still love that site.
Here’s what I have for you this week.
I made a few changes this week.
I’ve added categories to the bottom. Look down!
I’ve also added related posts after each article, again.
These are all attempts to help you navigate this blog better.
Feel free to share any suggestions in the comments. Here are the money and productivity articles I’ve found for you this week.
I’m a long-time fan of TED talks. In fact this post is kind of a “part 2.”
I wrote 6 TED Talks That Will Change the Way You Think About Money in early 2015.
Ever since I published that, I’ve wanted to post about productivity TED talks. Here it is.
The whole idea of a TED talk is to change your thinking. I’ve watched countless hours of these talks, and the speaker is always attempting to either change your mind, or your mindset. That’s exactly what these speakers do. And that’s a good thing.
These six videos are extremely useful and helpful in changing the way we view productivity.