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The psychology of productivity is the key…
What is the Psychology of Productivity?
- You want to master the psychology of productivity
- You want to get more done in less time.
- You want to be more productive with the time you have.
- You want to be less distracted when working.
- You want to feel safe and supported so you can perform at your highest level.
- You want to get your wasted time back.
- You want to perform better when working.
- Finally, you just want to get things done.
Productivity Mindset vs Productivity Tips
The psychology of productivity focuses on the mindset changes that lie at the root of being productive, whether it’s getting things done on a daily basis or achieving long term goals. In general, traditional Time Management tends to focus more on tips and strategies, while avoiding the essential mindset and habit changes necessary for consistent and significant improvement.
As an expert in the mindset of high performing individuals and organizations, I have studied the research on the Psychology of Productivity thoroughly and presented a comprehensive breakdown of the most powerful techniques in my books and courses. In conclusion, I have focused on 3 major factors influencing the psychology of productivity in high performers.
The 3 Factors of the Psychology of Productivity
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Psychology of Productivity Articles
Research on the Psychology of Productivity:
From: Published Research Studies in the Psychology of Productivity
The Distracted Mind: Ancient Brains in a High-Tech World
Gazzaley, A., & Rosen, L., 2016
Cyberslacking and the Procrastination Superhighway: A Web-Based Survey of Online Procrastination, Attitudes, and EmotionJennifer A. A. Lavoie, Timothy A. Pychyl, 2001
Managing Motivation: A Manager’s Guide to Diagnosing and Improving Motivation
Pritchard R.D., & Ashwood, E.L., 2008
Inner work life: Understanding the subtext of business performance. Amabile, T.M., and Kramer, S.J. 2007 Harvard Business Review, 85:5, 72-83, 2007
Economic Review & Outlook Second Quarter 2022. Ronald Blue Trust Christian Financial Advisors April, 2022
Anticipating cognitive effort: Roles of perceived error-likelihood and time demands. Dunn, T.L., Inzlicht, M., & Risko, E.F. (2019). Psychological Research, 83, 1033-1056.
Evidence-Based Productivity Improvement: A Practical Guide to the Productivity Measurement and Enhancement System. Pritchard, R.D., Weaver, S.J., & Ashwood, E.L., 2012
The effects of sleep extension on the athletic performance of collegiate basketball players. Mah CD; Mah KE; Kezirian EJ; Dement WC. SLEEP 2011;34(7):943-950.
Future Time Perspective and Promotion Focus as Determinants of Intraindividual Change in Work Motivation. Kooij, D.T., Bal, P.M., & Kanfer, R., Psychology and Aging, 2014
Books on the Psychology of Productivity
Krech, G. (2017). The art of taking action: Lessons from Japanese Psychology. Monkton, VT: Tōdō Institute Books.
Griffith, S. (2019). The Time Cleanse; A Proven System to Eliminate Wasted Time, Realize Your Full Potential, and Make Time For What Matters Most. New York, NY: McGraw Hill Education.
Kogon, K. (2016). The 5 Choices: The Path to Extraordinary Productivity. New York, NY: Simon & Schuster.
Zenker, P. (2014). The Productivity Zone: Stop the Tug of War with Time. Devon, PA: Smart Moves Coaching LLC
Clear, J. (2018). Atomic Habits: An Easy & Proven Way to Build Good Habits & Break Bad Ones. New York, NY: Penguin.