Think of a group of people and all the people within it. They’re bound to have some similarities, so it makes sense that there are certain things a similar group of people will do (and this ends up with them all being on the track for similar paths). This even extends to the work place. And it’s no wonder that productivity is a part of being on the fast track to success — look at “The Tools That 5 Highly Productive Entrepreneurs Use – Entrepreneur” to see how you can share a similarity with groups of successful people.
- When I graduated from college, I had no work experience. And that didn’t sit too well with the real life that followed.
- I repeatedly messed up at work or fell behind schedule because I lacked good productivity habits. Before long, I realized I needed help.
- In the years since, I’ve tried everything from Asana to ZipSchedules, and I’ve progressed from being basically unhire-able to running my own successful business.
“According to surveys, up to 49 percent of millennials support better social tools for workplace collaboration, while 86 percent of employees and executives think a lack of communication leads to workplace failures.”