Award-winning author Grace Marshall is known for her “refreshingly human” approach to productivity.
Her first book ’21 Ways to Manage the Stuff that Sucks Up Your Time’ was hailed by readers as the ideal book for people who don’t have time to read a time management book. Her second book, ‘How to be Really Productive’, won The Commuter’s Read category at the CMI 2017 Management Book of the Year Awards. Her third book Struggle has been described as honest, uplifting and “the antidote to fake positivity”.
Her work as a Productivity Ninja with global productivity training company, Think Productive, has taken her from Norway to New York, with stages ranging from corporate headquarters to a tent in the New Forest, helping thousands of people adopt new ways of working replacing stress, overwhelm and frustration with success, sanity and satisfaction.
Her practical advice on productivity and work-life balance has been featured in The Guardian, Forbes, Huffpost, CNN, London Economic Forum, Cityparents, and on BBC Radio.