How productive are you, really? New test and research shows how you stack up
One research survey, involving 20 000 individuals from six continents, wanted to find out why some people are more productive than others.
They found professionals with the highest productivity ratings all tend to do well on the same clusters of habits.
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Highly productive professionals share the same clusters of habits:
Age and seniority highly correlate with personal productivity.
Habits of seniors include:
There are noteworthy differences in how women and men managed to be productive.
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