The 12 Best Business Productivity Accounts to Follow on Twitter

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I simply love the little bites of information we can find on Twitter. I created this list of 12 Twitter accounts you have to follow if you are interested in all things about business productivity.

 

@gtdguy

The bio:

Originator of GTD, founder of David Allen Co.”

Why I think you should follow them:

If you are into Getting Things Done™ stuff, you want to follow this guy. If you don’t know what is GTD, follow him anyways.

 

@ALOProductivity

The bio:

Tools and techniques to better manage your time, energy, and focus, and become more productive. Run by me, @wigglechicken!”

Why I think you should follow them:

After A Year of Productivity, the obvious continuation is to live A Life of Productivity. Chris Bailey’s Year of Productivity was jam packed with experimentation leading to amazing advice about productivity. I can only imagine what he has in store for a Life of Productivity!

 

@99U

The bio:

The 99U delivers the action-oriented education that you didn’t get in school, highlighting real-world best practices for making ideas happen.”

Why I think you should follow them:

They think outside the box and share great content.

 

@mindfulproduct

The bio:

designer maker of mindfully inspired prints, cards & bags. just a simple gal trying to live mindfully”

Why I think you should follow them:

Mindfulness is part of my daily life so her content touches me. I also love that she is sharing inspiring quotes.

 

@zen_habits

The bio:

Creator of Zen Habits. Vegan, dad, husband.”

Why I think you should follow them:

I simply love his blog and the quick questions he is sprinkling on his tweets feed. This guy will make you contemplate and breathe. Awesome.

 

@Productivity501

The bio:

“Pieces of the productivity puzzle.”

Why I think you should follow them:

You will enjoy the entertaining photos, quotes and links to well done articles.

 

@TMNinja

The bio:

Time Management Ninja – Helping You Win the battle against wasted time, disorganization, clutter, and all other things evil…”

Why I think you should follow them:

I’m usually quite skeptic when facing someone calling himself a ninja. This one will give you great advice on the best tools to use to improve your business productivity and time management.

 

@ProductiveSd

The bio:

I’m teaching effective time management skills for online entrepreneurs. “

Why I think you should follow them:

Follow his links to great content on his website. It is packed with free stuff!

 

@LinkedIn

The bio:

Connecting the world’s professionals to make them more productive and successful.”

Why I think you should follow them:

You may ask why I would suggest that you follow a social media account on a different social media. I will answer that this feed is packed with links to terrific articles, statistics and infographics. You just can’t beat that.

 

@lifehackorg

The bio:

Lifehack is your source for tips to help improve all aspects of your life.”

Why I think you should follow them:

Following this account will help your business productivity AND your overall life.

 

@BeProductive1

The bio:

I Tweet about Productivity, Motivation, Leadership And Life. Your favorites and retweets drives me.”

Why I think you should follow them:

The dinosaur cover image is funny and I like the quotes, the quick pieces of advice and the inspiring images.

 

@thinkproductive

The bio:

“UK-based #productivity workshops company, run by @grahamallcott

Why I think you should follow them:

This team also seems to be filled with hard working ninjas. They even wrote a productivity book with “ninja” in its title. I guess I just have to get used to the buzz word.

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