Twitter is a great source of inspiration and tips to improve your business and personal life. There are so many great individuals and even websites out there that are constantly sharing links, resources, or even free materials that can help make you more productive, both at home and at work. Below are some of the best twitter feeds that feature productivity and working smarter, not harder.
This is the twitter feed of Randy Wilson, a personal development specialist that focuses on time management and personal productivity. Randy has great content and an active twitter presence.
— Randy Wilson (@focusedvisionrw) April 21, 2014
These are productivity articles from Evan Carmichael (@evancarmichael), who is an entrepreneur speaker and specialist. Articles featured are from a variety of top thinkers within the personal development industry.
Keeping Your Supplies in Order #5: Follow the 3/4 Rule http://t.co/dZCKvbIaky
— Productivity Article (@ECProductivity) April 20, 2014
David Allen is the author of getting things done, one of the most popular productivity and time management books still on the market today. It’s one of my personal favorites and I love seeing tweets from David that not only talk about what’s happening in his business, but include quotes and articles on being more productive.
Sufficient care must be taken, with the right things, at the right time, in order to be care free. #GTD
— David Allen (@gtdguy) March 22, 2014
This is the twitter feed of a United Kingdom-based productivity workshop company. Graham Allcott, the founder, runs the twitter feed and also wrote how to be a productivity ninja.
Productive Team Working: Six ways to encourage your colleagues to be less distracting!: I was running a How to… http://t.co/eNdz7RN7cn
— Think Productive (@thinkproductive) March 12, 2014
Speaking of ninjas, Craig Jarrow is known as the time management ninja in his twitter feed is full of tips on time management and productivity, mainly with the use of technology.
Your Smartphone: Productivity Tool or Distraction? http://t.co/RVMfGLgm7d
— Craig Jarrow (@TMNinja) April 20, 2014
This is the Twitter feed of Productivity Hacks, a site focused on providing productivity tips and tricks. The twitter feed also has a great number of quotes that provide us with productivity inspiration.
Thinking is grand, but what really matters is what you actually do. #productivity
— Productivity Hacks (@ProdHacks) April 25, 2012
Productivityist is a newer blog that has amazing content and great engagement with other productivity Twitter users. They focus on managing your regular tasks, like your email inbox or to-do list, in order to make big strides within your productivity.
— Productivityist (@productivityist) April 13, 2014