Lewis Croft Links 4: Productivity Edition

Lewis Croft Links is a regular feature on the blog, where we showcase some of the best links we've found recently. If you have a link we should know about, post it to twitter with the hashtag #LewisCroft.

6 Things the Most Productive People Do Every Day – Eric Barker of Time.com

People work an average of 45 hours a week; they consider about 17 of those hours to be unproductive (U.S.: 45 hours a week; 16 hours are considered unproductive).

Stop wasting time: 4 steps to take back your day – Jackie Bavaro of Asana

We all have more work to do than we can actually get done. It takes some practice to master the art of spending your time productively on the right things, in a satisfying way.

Henry Miller’s 11 Commandments of Writing and Daily Creative Routine – Maria Popova

In 1932-1933, while working on what would become his first published novel, Tropic of Cancer, Miller devised and adhered to a stringent daily routine to propel his writing. Among it was this list of eleven commandments,

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