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Why not use your next spare half an hour to skill-up? Each of these short e-books can be read in just 30 minutes. Addressing those painful work problems, and giving practical tools and expert advice to overcome them, the 30 Minute Reads series will make your work-life more productive, less painful and more successful!

Boost Your Productivity will help you:

  • Identify the problem and what isn't working
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  • Too much to do and not enough time to

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