Do you always feel like there’s a million things you should be doing at any given moment, but don’t know where to start? We’ve gathered up the top 25 productivity bloggers to get you into gear and start accomplishing things every day. We’ve started out with a few of the heavy-hitters, but this list is in no particular order, and includes many bloggers you might not have heard of before. So dig in, and get to work!
David Allen is the creator of Getting Things Done, which is described on the official website as “the work-life management system that has helped countless individuals and organizations bring order to chaos.” It couldn’t be said any better. Getting Things Done is the productivity bible, and the GTD blog is a must-read resource.
Tim Ferriss is infamous in the productivity niche. After making a name for himself with his breakout book, The 4-Hour Workweek, Tim built a reputation as the consumate lifehacker. Tim’s blog, and podcast, and books, are a thoroughly enjoyable goldmine of productivity lessons.
43 Folders is bootcamp for Mac-minded productivity hounds. Don’t spend too much time over there though, or 43 Folders author Merlin Mann will set you straight (seriously, he co-hosts a podcast called “Back to Work”!)
Steve Roesler’s blog All Things Workplace focuses on “Teaching smart people practical ways to become extraordinary.” All Things Workplace provides helpful tips for excelling in your career.
Mike’s blog, The Daily Saint is frequently noted as one of the top productivity blogs, and for good reason. With The Daily Saint, Mike aims to be your one-stop-shop for organization, time management, relief from digital overload, and much more.
Chris is a productivity expert and experimenter, authoring both the A Year of Productivity blog, and The Productivity Project book. This young Canadian really knows his stuff when it comes to productivity, and you are sure to learn from his experiences.
LJ is a software engineer turned high school math teacher. For years she blogged at SimpleProductivityBlog.com, but decided it was time for a change when she discovered a fascination with technology’s role in blurring the line between home-life and work-life. Thus, Whole Life Productivity was born to help readers navigate this new way of working and living.
Where many productivity blogs completely ignore the worker bee and focus on freelancers and the otherwise self employed, Work Awesome aims to make you excel at the job you love. There are still plenty of tips for freelancers, but Work Awesome is your pick for being awesome at work.
It’s hard to be truly productive when you aren’t properly motivated. Tess Marshall at The Bold Life teaches motivation and success to inspire you to create a “bold, abundant and amazingly extraordinary life!”
Skip Prichard is a CEO and business leader, who blogs about personal growth, including career advice and productivity. Skip typically posts twice or more a week, and his blog is sure to contain some productivity tips you will find useful.
Lolly Daskal founded the leadership firm Lead from Within. As a leadership coach, consultant, facilitator, speaker, and author, Lolly has helped countless individuals and organizations with a range of issues including productivity and time management.
Dragos Roua is a Romanian-born entrepreneur and personal development coach. Through his experiences with entrepreneurial burnout, Dragos ended up inventing his own productivity framework (Assess – Decide – Do).
At first glance, Emilie Wapnick might not seem like she belongs on this list, but Emilie’s blog Puttylike is GTD for people with ADD. Emilie coined the term ‘Multipotentialite’, which she describes as “a person who has many different interests and creative pursuits in life.” If this sounds like you, then you may find some mindopening productivity advice at Puttylike.
Theo Ellis started Just Be Real to share his story of how he went from working in a factory to being an entrepreneur. The blog serves as a place to document his experiences with personal growth, self confidence, productivity, and more.
Dan Murphy utilizes his 25 years of experience in the field of self-improvement to blog about leadership, success, time management, and personal development, among other topics.
Skool is in session! At The Skool of Life, Srini offers real-world advice to help you in all aspects of your career and life. Best part of all? “There are no grades, final exams, or required reading”!
Katy and the team at Flipping Heck shares productivity tips, as well as personal development and workplace advice that any reader will find useful. Katy is a freelance web developer, but her productivity tips will be applicable no matter what field you are in.
Productivity Theory’s Kayla Matthews aims to share the productivity techniques she has honed as a freelance writer for big sites like The Huffington Post and Lifehacker.
Liz Jenkins is not your typical productivity blogger, even better, she’s a Certified Professional Organizer! Seriously, you can’t truly be productive in life without being organized. At A Fresh Space, Liz shares tips and advice to get both your office and home in shape!
Melissa Gratias holds a Ph.D. in Industrial and Organizational Psychology, so you could say she’s qualified. Melissa will be the first to admit, however, that she was not born organized. Melissa’s background allows her to provide the psychology and reasoning behind her excellent productivity tips.
Annie Mueller over at Freakishly Productive is a business writer, blogger, and freelancer who self-describes as NOT Type-A. She hates paperwork, alphabetization, and her closet’s a wreck. Basically, she’s just like the rest of us, but she has focused on building effective habits and becoming the best version of herself so she can accomplish work that matters.
Organization is a huge part of being productive, and Organizing Junkie is a jam-packed blog filled with great tips from Laura, an Albertan work at home wife/mom.
With Work Happy Now, Karl Staib aims to help you develop your life and career. Karl puts fun and happiness first, helping you develop your happiness systems so you are never working in a way that stifles your creativity.
Sometimes what you need is someone who understands how difficult it is to remain productive, because they are struggling with it themselves. That’s exactly what business writer Shanan had in mind when started her blog The Procrastiwriter, where she shares the tips she has discovered throughout her career.
Craig Jarrow is author of the Time Management Ninja blog, where he writes about productivity, goal setting, and (you guessed it) time management. Craig focuses on the simple answers that bring about the most effective results, so you won’t find any tricks here, just real useable advice.
So there you have it! 25 of the best productivity bloggers around. If you think there’s anyone we missed, be sure to let us know in the comments below. But don’t waste too much time, you have a lot to get done!
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