Why wait for permission? Bootstrappers get things done - they don't wait around for people to tell them their idea is ok, or that they're allowed to start.
High performers who pursue mastery do it by leveraging the art of scaffolding.
If you wan to be a high performer, you need to know when to get your rest. I call it my productive downtime and for me it's from 3-4 pm. When's yours?
Are you communicating in a way that engages others? Here are some quick tips to communicate in a way that's more actionable.
How do you get so much done? The answer to that question is that a) I don't sleep a lot, and b) I follow 5 simple steps. Here are my productivity tips.
You can start a development project using whatever framework you like, from .net to ruby on rails, but few offer as much as using WordPress as a platform. Here's a story about one such project.
Sometimes team productivity is less about hard work and more about context. These three books and three suggestions may help you out.