Adam Grant, an organizational psychology professor at the Wharton School, is a man in demand. In addition to his teaching duties, he’s a popular author (of the bestselling Give and Take), consultant, and speaker – and after a New York Times profile revealed his predilection to grant favors to almost all comers, he was besieged with 3500 emails in the ensuing weeks.
How does he manage the deluge? Quite well, according to the Times, which lauded him as quite possibly “the most efficient and productive… in an academic field that is preoccupied with the study of efficiency and productivity.” Here are three unexpected productivity tips he shared in a recent interview.
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