After alternately dragging my dog, my husband-to-be and then an entire family of five over two continents, four countries, 12 cities and multiple homes, I’ve written this guide to pass on my lessons learned. For you, this guide is an opportunity to learn how to avoid unnecessary missteps and to relocate intelligently, efficiently and successfully.
After spending over 100 hours researching, testing and using a vast number of productivity techniques, tools, books, and software, I have chosen the following productivity resources as the best of the best. This guide starts with the assumption that you know nothing about productivity and walks you step-by-step through a streamlined process for learning to be productive. This guide is a distillation of only the truly valuable resources that you need in order to master the skill of productivity in your own life.
After interviewing and researching a wide range of exterminators, insect experts and termite damage victims, Steve Whitaker, who spent countless hours researching the termite biology, behavior and both conventional and unconventional termite elimination methods has created what we believe to be the world’s best and most practical guide to getting rid of termites.
After spending hours analyzing the latest research regarding the science of meditation, Brenda Umana, (who holds a Masters of Public Health from Columbia University) has combined her eight years of practice in meditation in both the United States and in India to narrow down the key actions newcomers should take to most efficiently learn the skill of meditation.
After interviewing award-winning radio producer (This American Life‘s Seth Lind), television writers (Bojack Horseman‘s Shauna McGarry and The Slate‘s Kevin Allison), competitive storytelling champion (The Moth‘s David Crabb), podcast hosts (Risk!‘s Kevin Allison and Michelle Walson), and best-selling author (Margo Leitman), Washington Post reporter and three-time Moth champion, Melanie Hamlett has narrowed down the key actions newcomers should take to most efficiently learn the art of storytelling.