The Productivity Gurus – Infographic

In our quest for perfecting our productivity software, we’ve been observing many visionary entrepreneurs, innovators and business leaders who are wielding strong influence on today’s business landscape.

But when it comes to revolutionizing the productivity landscape, these are some of the people who we found were the most influential.

The Productivity Gurus - Infographic


 

About the Gurus:

Timothy Ferriss

American author and entrepreneur. His two published books, The 4-Hour Workweek and The 4-Hour Body have been New York Times bestsellers, while his third book The 4-Hour Chef was a #1 Wall Street Journal bestseller. Tim is also an angel investor & advisor (Facebook, Twitter, and 20+ more). He’s been features in The New York Times, The Economist, TIME, Forbes, and Fortune, and has been invited to speak at Google, MIT, Harvard, Facebook, the CIA, as well as major technology conferences. He blogs at http://www.fourhourworkweek.com/blog/

David Allen

Author of 3 books including Getting Things Done and the time management method of the same name. He runs the David Allen Company which offers productivity training and coaching to both businesses and individuals. Prior to specializing in productivity, David’s career included work as a magician, cook, karate teacher, lathe operator, and moped salesman.

Craig Jarrow

Author of the popular blog Time Management Ninja, which is dedicated to “helping you win the battle against wasted time, disorganization, and all other things evil…” Craig has written hundreds of articles about time management, productivity tools, and goal setting.

Michael Sliwinski

An entrepreneur who has been successfully running the web-based project management application Nozbe.com—inspired by David Allen’s Getting Things Done method. Michael is the editor-in-chief of the Productive! Magazine and blogs regularly on productivity at MichaelNozbe.com.

Andrea Feinberg

Specializes in helping small business owners create more free time for themselves while their businesses run more smoothly & profitably. She’s one of the pioneers of the coaching profession and has certifications in Emotional Intelligence, Behavioural Analysis, and Strategic Leadership. She’s also a charter member of Coachville and a graduate of Coach U, and author of Time Junkie: 101 Ways for Business Owners to Break the Habit and Get More Free Time NOW!  Her website is MoreFreeTimeZone.com

Julie Morgenstern

Time management expert, New York Times best-selling author, consultant and speaker. Her many books include Never Check E-mail in the Morning, Organizing From The Inside Out and Time Management From The Inside Out. She’s appeared on Oprah, CNN, Rachel Ray, The Today Show, and has also been featured in The New York Times, Time Magazine, USA Today, and many more.  She can be found at JulieMorgenstern.com

Stever Robbins

A coach, writer, and speaker who helps entrepreneurs & leaders build stronger businesses, careers, and lives. Stever is also a serial entrepreneur who loves “productivity in the service of fun” He graduated from Harvard and MIT and wrote the book It Takes A Lot More Than Attitude.  Learn more about him at SteverRobbins.com

Natalie M. Houston

A personal productivity coach who helps everyone from academics to entrepreneurs stop procrastinating, gain more control over their time, and pursue the projects that matter most to them. She teaches at the University of Houston.  She blogs at NMHouston.com

Tara Rodden Robinson

Tara Rodden Robinson: “The Productivity Maven.” Tara is an author, executive coach, speaker, and the host of GTD (Getting Things Done) Virtual Study Group. She coaches individuals and groups along with speaking and training services (TaraRobinson.com).

Allyson Lewis

Author of The 7 Minute Solution, The 7 Minute Life Daily Planner” and The 7 Minute Difference. Allyson has been featured in Investors Business Daily, The Chicago Sun Times, The Los Angeles Times, and writes for MorningstarAdvisor.com.  Her business website is The7MinuteLife.com.

Cris Sgrott-Wheedleton

Owner of Organizing Maniacs, a service business that helps individuals and businesses become more organized, productive, and successful. Cris is a Certified Professional Organizer in Chronic Disorganization, a productivity consultant, and a speaker.

 
About Justin:

Justin Clark takes care of paid advertising & conversion rate optimization at Time Doctor – a time monitoring and productivity monitoring tool that is designed to help businesses reduce wasted hours at work and improve employee productivity. He is from Ottawa, Canada.

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8 Comments

  1. Allyson Lewis February 23, 2014

    Wow Justin! Being including in this amazing list of productivity gurus is amazing by itself… and, the art work is one of my favorite surprises of all time. Thanks so much for putting this list together. It is a wonderful honor.

    #ShareHOPE7,

    Allyson

    • justin March 6, 2014

      :) Glad that we were able to include you. Happy to hear that it was a pleasant surprise for you.

  2. dataduke February 19, 2013

    Sure you didn’t forget Merlin Mann in this top 11 list?
    - He should definitely be up there too!

  3. J.D. Meier February 16, 2013

    It looks like an all-star cast, though I’m not familiar with many of them. It looks like I have some exploring to do.

    Time management is a great focus. In the words of Bruce Lee:

    “If you love life, don’t waste time, for time is what life is made up of.”

  4. Jeremy January 29, 2013

    Hey Justin,
    Wonderful job with this list!
    Liam just told me about it and appreciate all the hard work you put into it.

    Have a great day,

    Jeremy

  5. James Rick Stinson November 19, 2012

    What a smart idea you guys doing this infographic!

  6. Tara Rodden Robinson :: The Productivity Maven November 15, 2012

    Hi Justin,

    I’m over the moon to be included in your list of Productivity Gurus! What an honor to be among the best and brightest of the field. Thanks!!!

    With love,
    Tara

    • Justin November 15, 2012

      Hi Tara, my pleasure :)

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