Feel-Good Productivity: How to Do More of What Matters to You (Hardback)
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Feel-Good Productivity: How to Do More of What Matters to You (Hardback)

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Hardback 304 Pages
Published: 28/12/2023
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Serving up a revolutionary recipe for efficiency, this inspiring and thoroughly positive volume from the popular expert reveals that the key to productivity lies not in rigid discipline but in joy.

The secret to productivity isn't discipline. It's joy. We think that productivity is all about hard work. That the road to success is lined with endless frustration and toil. But what if there's another way?

Dr Ali Abdaal - the world's most-followed productivity expert - has uncovered an easier, happier path to success. Drawing on decades of psychological research, he has found that the secret to productivity and success isn't grind - it's feeling good. If you can make your work feel good, then productivity takes care of itself.

In this revolutionary book, Ali reveals how the science of feel-good productivity can transform your life. He introduces the three hidden 'energisers' that underpin enjoyable productivity, the three 'blockers' we must overcome to beat procrastination, and the three 'sustainers' that prevent burnout and help us achieve lasting fulfilment.

He recounts the inspiring stories of founders, Olympians, and Nobel-winning scientists who embody the principles of Feel-Good Productivity. And he introduces the simple, actionable changes that you can use to achieve more and live better, starting today.

Armed with Ali's insights, you won't just accomplish more. You'll feel happier and more fulfilled along the way.

Publisher: Cornerstone
ISBN: 9781847943736
Number of pages: 304
Weight: 517 g
Dimensions: 240 x 162 x 29 mm


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This book will free you from the guilt and shame of feeling like you're not doing enough and guide you to accomplish more than you ever dreamed of. - JAY SHETTY, author of Think Like a Monk and 8 Rules of Love

Ali is the master of productivity. Nobody has a talent for distilling complicated ideas into fun, accessible and actionable insights quite like him. - STEVEN BARTLETT, creator of Diary of a CEO

Ali is the absolute master on how to be productive without sacrificing your own happiness. This is the book we've all been waiting for. - DR JULIE SMITH, author of Why Has Nobody Told Me This Before?

A much-needed antidote to hustle culture, this book is a reality check for any ambitious person who wants to build sustainable success. It offers the most practical approach to productivity that no one says yet all of us need to hear - MARK MANSON, author of The Subtle Art of Not Giving a Fck

In this eye-opening and important new book, Ali Abdaal flips the conventional narrative on productivity: accomplishing important things is not about creating more efficient systems but instead about cultivating a deeper energy for your work. This really got me thinking! - Professor CAL NEWPORT, Georgetown University, author of Deep Work and Digital Minimalism

Productivity doesn't have to be toxic. Ali is rewriting what we thought we knew about getting stuff done. You can indeed be both happy and successful. - DR ALEX GEORGE, author of Live Well Every Day and The Mind Manual

Utterly unlike the grumpy, besuited psychology gurus you're used to, Ali is the cheerful, optimistic productivity teacher the world sorely needs. Now, he has drawn upon his singularly engaging style to create a book that will change you for the better. A must-read! - MO GAWDAT, former Chief Business Officer, Google X, author of Solve for Happy and Scary Smart

Ali's approach to productivity is exceptional and life-changing. This is a must-read if you want to experience the power of productivity in a whole new way. - Professor WILL MACASKILL, University of Oxford, author of What We Owe the Future and Doing Good Better

You must read this now! More actionable wisdom than all the current self-improvement books combined. Ali has packed it with useful insights and exercises. I had to stop after almost every page to apply each idea. - DEREK SIVERS, author of Anything You Want

As a doctor, entrepreneur, and educator, Ali has a unique and practical perspective on productivity. His book is science-backed, filled with real-life stories and refreshingly joyful. A nuanced guide to productivity that will unlock more honest conversations about our relationship to work. - ANNE-LAURE LE CUNFF, founder of Ness Labs and author of Liminal Minds

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“Very helpful”

Written in a clear and understandable voice with concepts broken down into easily digestible parts that makes this an engaging and very usable read. I have many pages tabbed to return to for further consideration and... More

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“The only productivity book you'll ever need”

This is possibly the only productivity book you'll ever need a read. A big statement, I know. I can admit that I was skeptical before reading this book, as I have watched nearly every single Ali Abdaal video... More

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