About The Blog

NeverProductive.com is all about doing more of the things that count. Yes, productivity. You’re born with loads of time on your disposal – enough to achieve your greatest goals.
“That’s rubbish!”, I can already hear you say. And obviously you’re getting even more than just your goals – you’re headed for legendary greatness. We’re just tagging along to help.

About The Authors

Jordan Georgiev and Georgi Karadjov both happened to be programmers at day and productivity experts at night ( #selfproclaimed ). Driven by both thirst for knowledge and the desire for efficiency combined with a job that’s basically 239 milliseconds away from Facebook productivity research and self-experimentation ( no needles I promise! ) was a predictable, and useful way to go.

About Jordan Georgiev

Jordan Georgiev
Obviously a bad photographer, but boy he’s pretty!

Jordan can’t stay still. Every minute of every day must be filled in with something – coding, design, a Rubik’s cube or a pack of cards; time should never be spent doing

nothing. As a well-read guy, he pretty much read ( or listened to #protip ) every book on productivity he could find.

With his wide area of expertise, he can draw new and interesting ideas and insight for a more productive life from many areas, including:

  • Programming
  • Game Design
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Magic
  • Strength Training

And even some knowledge in music, marketing, and social dynamics.

So obviously one the intelligent, modest and all around awesome guys around he is to try his best at writing to try to make other people’s lives better and more fulfilled.

About Georgi Karadjov

Georgi is a pretty awesome guy, and he is working on some great posts at the moment. As soon as he gets the time – he’s filling this in with all his amazing feats. Those include but are not limited to:

  • Working on 6.5 + projects simultaneously without multitasking
  • Slaying a dragon – the legend says that he keeps his productivity up by drinking its blood
  • Can program a not racist robot
  • Self-proclaimed modern Archimedes – “Give me data and I can model the whole world”

Finally …

Yeah, I wrote my description in the third person. I saw Chris Garret do it and figured “Why not get amazingly famous along the way?” and did that myself, too. I guess it worked – you’re reading the most devoid of cool productivity information page on the blog!