Friday, June 11, 2010

Productivity Tips

One of the best leadership and productivity sites that I've come across on these interwebs has to be

Michael Hyatt is the CEO of Thomas Nelson Publishers, blogs nearly every day on a variety of topics (leadership, productivity, social media, publishing, etc), has approximately 8 brazillion twitter followers and is one of the most humble people you may ever come across.

He's also a smooth operator

Despite my being a part of the workforce for the past 14 years, I've never actually had a real "job" that wasn't attached to a theater or a family & friends style business. This is not helpful if you are a volunteer leader in an administrative role...or if you actually WANT a real job. You kinda need some background to keep your head above water.

Michael Hyatt's site has been an invaluable resource over the past few months as I've been taking more responsibilities at church in areas I don't have much experience in.

It has all kinds of practical tips/lessons on it such as:
You need to subscribe to his blog

Put it in your google reader, do email subscriptions if that's your thing; whatever your flavor, just make sure you start reading what he writes. It'll help you out in ways you weren't even aware you needed assistance.

If you want a good place to start, my favorite post of his thus far is "What's the secret to your success?" Where he answers that one question that just about everyone and their brother asks him.


Do you already subscribe to his site? Where else do you get advice/tips on increasing your productivity?