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Captivating strategies to be more productive with less effort

Health Industry Hub | September 30, 2019 |

A survey conducted by Microsoft found that most people are unproductive at work a whopping 17 hours per week out of an average 45-hour work week. With so many unproductive hours, it’s no wonder people struggle to achieve the results they want.

“If you want to me more productive, you need to become master of your minutes.” Crystal Paine

Vanessa Van Edwards, founder of Science of People, wanted to know how people can reach extraordinary levels of productivity and be happier while working. So, she turned to behavioural science to find out.

Here are a number of captivating strategies to help you become more productive.

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