Read an excerpt from The Productivity Project!


I recently asked my publisher if I could post a small excerpt from The Productivity Project so you can get a feel for what it’s like, and they graciously agreed! It’s a small excerpt, because the chapters in the book are small—pretty much every one is under 10 pages, and that includes the Introduction, at seven pages.

I hope you find it a warm welcome to the book!


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  • Justin Bradshaw

    This is real interesting. I am definitely intrigued. Would love to read more, and after following your site now for a while, and though I am pretty happy with what I’ve been able to achieve on my own, finding a support group of those like-minded always helps to keep anyone motivated.

  • Srinath Narasimhan

    Can’t wait to dig this Chris. I don’t see a kindle version of the book. They are not on the Indian store either. So looks like it will be a long wait :/

    • Good question.. will check on the status in India. Hopefully the wait isn’t too long!

  • Brandon Woods

    Was recommended to this site. This excerpt caught my attention as I also am on my own version of a productivity project, been at it for about 3 months now, can see the difference it’s already made. You don’t realize the time that you literally waste until you break it down. I started doing this as I see my wife help her clients’ with this in her sessions with them. At the end, they are the better for it. Figured I’d give it a shot too.

  • Christian

    The excerpt is great Chris. I will definitely want to check this out. I could use some help in this area, who doesn’t. Since I’ve found your site, I’ve been a little more motivated. And I want make my girlfriend (and hopefully soon-to-be fiancé) and family happy that I’m trying to better myself. Still fairly young and have a lot of living yet to do.

  • Trey Stevens

    Will check this out after the holidays….I’ve been following your posts for a bit now and really enjoy them. And yes, I will read this cover to cover, as I am guilty of not having too much spare time, and we want to start a family in about a year, so I need to figure something out.

  • Jason Smith

    Good piece here. Makes you think. And as we all only have this one life, let’s make it worth remembering and make memories with those we love. Because with all the threats and diseases that kill people everyday, you never know when your time will be up.

  • Sergey Otro

    Will your book be available on Google Play Books?

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