Don’t Buy My New Book!

Don’t buy Laura Stack’s book until JUNE 26 that is!

The Productivity Pro, Inc. is pleased to announce the publication of Laura Stack’s newest productivity book, What To Do When There’s Too Much To Do: Reduce Tasks, Increase Results, and Save 90 Minutes a Day (Berrett-Koehler).

However, DON’T buy it! Yes, that’s right–don’t buy it–until JUNE 26. Buy your copy on JUNE 26 at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, or 800CEORead, and email your receipt to [email protected] for special bonuses from authors Dianna Booher, Eric Chester, Mark Sanborn, Joe Calloway, Terri Sjodin, and Laura Stack!

Bonuses Include:

Two giveaways from Dianna Booher, plus a bonus offer! FREE recording of The Power of Personal Presence and FREE eBook Presentation Pointers.

Tiebreakers by Joe Calloway. Joe Calloway’s Becoming A Category of One redefined competition with its lessons on how to truly differentiate in a marketplace of sameness.

Reviving Work Ethic by Eric Chester – A Leader’s Guide to Ending Entitlement and Restoring Pride in the Emerging Workforce – Receive the first three chapters FREE!

The Encore Assessment by Mark Sanborn. Mark Sanborn is providing you with access to his in-depth Encore Assessment, a regular $25.95 value.

Subscription to The Presenters Post Quarterly E-Newsletter from Terri Sjodin. Sjodin Communications provides people with training and development programs that help them to become more Polished and Persuasive Presenters!

Two bonus eBooks from Laura Stack. “Mastering Personal Productivity: Moving at the Speed of Life” and “Digital Quicksand: Avoiding Social Media OCD.”

The following complimentary resources are also available:

* A Discussion Guide and Leader Guide, which are great for self-study, staff meetings, or internal book club.
* 52 one-minute, online training videos of Laura to reinforce the productivity lessons weekly.
* Videos, tip sheets, an excerpt, and more!

“With the world spinning faster every day, Stack’s advice is especially timely. Her easy-to-implement system will get busy workers off the treadmill and on the right track.”

–Harvey Mackay, author of the #1 New York Times bestseller Swim with the Sharks Without Being Eaten Alive