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The most overlooked way to be more productive

Experts say that once people realize that life is never-ending journey to learning, they will be able to find ways to their successes. To increase productivity, it is best never to stop learning because this opens up to new worlds of possibilities that are waiting to be explored. If one continues learning through read or by trying different things, he or she can gain more confidence to do things and start with new projects. This was precisely the opposite of the conclusion that Kuznets (1971) and Solow (1970) reached 30 years later. Total factor productivity The total factor productivity (or efficiency) was introduced independently by Stigler and became the starting point for a major research program at the National Bureau of Economic Research. This means that productivity increases during economic upswings and slows down (or even declines) when the economy is in a downturn. Several causes have been forwarded to sustain this. One declares that labor and capital inputs are worked harder during boom times than in busts. Another observation pronounces that the reallocation of resources to more productive activities is faster when the economy grows rapidly than when it slows down. An example would be voice calls and email together so that you may receive a message in one form (voice mail) but answer in another form (email). There is now a variety of different tools and software programs that are available to create unified communications. Some examples are the following: VoIP The VoIP service was one of the first tools to begin unifying communications. Time diaries, estimates, work samplings and direct observations are some of the tools employed by Anthony (1984). The gathered data are analyzed by a computer, and reviewed to eliminate insignificant items. All in all, each of these other techniques of productivity measurements has their good points worth taking a look. By that, the progress and development of your efforts to achieve the goals would be measurable and comparable. Of course, being realistic is part of the game. You would not set goals that are too impossible to achieve, right? Otherwise, it is not a goal you are setting but an impossible and impractical dream, which could only be achievable by mere chances and luck. 

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