The Productivity Revolution - Control Your Time and Get Things Done, a free eBook

Best-selling author, Marc Reklau, shows you proven secrets to double your productivity. Claim your complimentary copy (worth $5) before the offer expires on 5 March.

What's it about?

With this eBook, you'll learn:

  • How to use your to-do lists correctly
  • The best tricks to overcome procrastination
  • How to save 7 to 14 hours a week by changing just one habit
  • How to identify your REAL priorities and the tasks that bring the most ROI
  • How to get control of your emails and avoid an overflowing inbox
  • How to conquer distractions and interruptions and not let technology conquer you
  • And much more!

How to get it

Please ensure you read the terms and conditions to download this free eBook. Complete and verifiable information is required in order to receive this free offer or simply connect with LinkedIn. If you have previously made use of these free offers, you will not need to re-register. While supplies last!

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