In my third year of law school, I realized that I had to get better about managing my personal productivity.  Since that time, I have read a lot about personal productivity and tried to implement systems/processes to help manage my life.  One of the most influential authors in this space, for me, is Michael Hyatt.
Recently, I was excited to see that Michael Hyatt had written an e-book about the tools he uses for personal productivity.  It’s free if you sign up for his newsletter.  Here’s the link:
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