What kind of productive person are you?
Two weeks ago in mid-November, we asked our readers to complete a simple productivity quiz. The quiz came in tandem with the release of our December 2013 / January 2014 productivity issue, and helped readers identify their own productive habits in the landscape of eight productivity archetypes.
In the short time since then, over 45,000 unique readers completed the quiz.
So, what kind of productive person are (most of) you?
The Connector: 21,511 (48.3%)
You’re constantly meeting new people–and these relationships are the foundation of your productivity. (More)
The Early Bird: 6,941 (15.6%)
You get up early. Insanely early. You find your peace–and most productive hours–in the first slice of the day. (More)
Instead of making a decision right away, you wait for more info to come in. You are intimate with deadlines. (More)
You sneer at multitabs, loathe push notifications, and grab each task with both hands. (More)
When you’re at work, you’re on, putting out one blaze after another, without distraction or delay. (More)
You reach peak productivity after everyone else has gone to bed. (More)
You wish your phone’s browser could handle more than eight windows. Perhaps you’re using that phone right now. (More)
You work solo, loading complex problems into your head and working them out from there. (More)
Leading Lone Wolf: Henry David Thoreau
Role Model: Henry David Thoreau
Killer App Combo: Quip and Yammer