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Work Less Live More: 101 Productivity Tips For Getting Things Done So You Can Live Free

Work Less Live More: 101 Productivity Tips For Getting Things Done So You Can Live Free

by Spencer Coffman
Work Less Live More: 101 Productivity Tips For Getting Things Done So You Can Live Free

Work Less Live More: 101 Productivity Tips For Getting Things Done So You Can Live Free

by Spencer Coffman


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Want to live life freely?"Discover 101 Productivity Principles To Help You Work Less and Live More So You Can Get More Done and Live Free..." Become More Productive, Complete Projects Faster, and Have More Time!Are you struggling to get things done?Are you lacking focus and procrastinate when it's time to move projects forward?It's no surprise.Nowadays, people in this age are overwhelmed and suffering from information overload.With all the nonsense and junk out there, how do you stop all the distractions so you can finally have the freedom you deserve?You need to be wiser with your time. You need to become productive.Introducing:Work Less, Live More - 101 productivity principles for getting things done so you can live free. You'll get an extensive list of valuable productivity nuggets that you can simply pick and choose any time so you can get more done."Pre-work" productivity techniques. These techniques specifically can be used before you start your work so you can plan and prepare better, making the rest of the day easier and more efficient. Some techniques involve setting up reminders, using apps to organize tasks, and preparing everything the day after, but there's more to it than that!"During work" productivity techniques. You'll love these techniques because it'll make your work a breeze so you can stop wondering and stop procrastinating. You'll know exactly what you have to do and what to get done. These techniques and "hacks" will help you focus better and teach you how to manage that very distracting email inbox!Things to AVOID during work. Avoid these costly mistakes! It's very easy to get distracted by Facebook, YouTube and such, but you probably don't realize that you're getting distracted by many other things. One of the biggest mistakes is checking your inbox too often! "Post work" productivity techniques. You've finished your work, now what? There are things that you can do after completing tasks to improve productivity.How to prioritize your work and life goals. Which one to do first? Project A or Project B? I'll show you the best way to prioritize all your goals.Health and wellness tips. Not only should you mentally be in a good state, your health also plays a big role in your performance. If you eat the wrong foods, you lack focus and energy.+ much, much more!Just imagine...- More freedom to do the things you love doing. Maybe it's playing golf or spending more time with the kids?- Getting your projects done quicker and more efficiently meaning your business will grow more than ever before- Easily track your tasks because of the tools and techniques you acquire from this guide- Living a more healthy and fruitful life- Launch products/services quicker than ever- Stopping all distracting things in your life- Generating a lot more sales for your businessSo go ahead. You have nothing to lose. Grab your copy today!Stop procrastinating and start doing! Download the Work Less, Live More book right now! Click the Buy button to get started!

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ISBN-13: 9781544901305
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 04/20/2016
Pages: 104
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.22(d)

About the Author

Spencer Coffman has a background that proves he can accomplish whatever he puts his mind towards. He received the Presidential Award for Academic Excellence in 2005, at age 12. He then became homeschooled and finished middle school and high school in only three years and was published in the Who's Who Registry of Academic Excellence for the 2007-2008 year. By age 14 he had diplomas in Professional Locksmithing and Advanced Locksmithing.

In 2008, he enrolled in Alexandria Technical College where he excelled, receiving an Associates degree in Individualized Professional Studies and a diploma in Concrete Masonry before age 17. He was a part of the Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society. While in the Concrete Masonry program, he achieved first place in a local Skills USA competition. He continued onto the state competition where he also received first place. Spencer continued on to the national competition and placed eighth.

In 2010, Spencer enrolled at Minnesota State University Moorhead, where he received a Bachelors of Arts Degree Summa Cum Laude in Psychology and a Bachelor of Arts Degree Magna Cum Laude in Philosophy. Spencer was 19 when he graduated from MSUM and was a part of the Psi Chi International Honor Society. He then worked very hard to publish his undergraduate thesis, and in 2013, his experiment, Facial Expression: The Ability To Distinguish Between Enjoyment and Nonenjoyment Smiles, was published in the Psi Chi Journal of Psychological Research.

Spencer then studied at the American TESOL University to become certified to Teach English to Speakers of Other Languages. He became certified to teach Children and Advanced students. He was then hired by the university to completely re-write and restructure their syllabi and curriculum. In addition, he revised their online platform and made it mobile ready.

When his job there was complete, Spencer began extensively studying micro-expressions, emotions, and behavior. He was a natural and became certified at the expert level in both METT and SETT developed by Dr. Paul

Ekman. Spencer then decided to write a book on body language. "One that would be short and simple. A book that would be very easy for people to pick up and read and understand in no time at all." In 2015, Spencer published A Guide To Deception, a book that educates readers about deception and teaches them how to detect lies. Since then, Spencer has been working on writing several other books on a variety of different topics.

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