A picture from a photo shoot commissioned by Carleton Now magazine.
About A Year of Productivity
A Year of Productivity was started by me, Chris Bailey, on May 1, 2013, right after I graduated from Carleton University with a business degree. After I graduated, I was offered two great jobs, both of which I turned down because I wanted to start this project.
For exactly one year, I’m devouring everything I can get my hands on about productivity, and then writing every day about what I’m learning. I’m totally focused on finding practical, tactical tips to make my life and your life better. This project includes running productivity experiments on myself, keeping detailed stats on exactly how productive I am, interviewing people who are living productivity, reading as many books as possible, and a lot more. Folks can pitch in a few bucks if they find my content valuable.
Below are some places my project has been featured so far. If you have any questions at all or would like to get a hold of me, my contact info is below too!
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Carleton Now Magazine
Some other places my work has been featured: Lifehacker (1, 2), Lifehack.org, New York Magazine, Carleton University Magazine (print), Art Rebels Magazine (print magazine in Denmark), Gulf Magazine (print magazine in Bahrain), LeDroit (print), Office Manager Today (print)