Tim Ferriss' book on the 4-Hour Work Week is famous. It really is known around the world as an innovative way of running a business and getting things done.
At the heart of Ferriss' discussion is the issue of outsourcing one's life and work. This can be easily done by working with the many resources readily available via internet resources and overseas. Now, you may not be entirely comfortable with outsourcing, but things have progressed and changed quite a bit in recent times that this is now a viable option to get organized and even accomplish work.
One of the great nuances of this book is that the more you are prepared and able to outsource work, the more productive you will be. How is this? By outsourcing materials, reports and graphics to overseas workers, you can continue working even when you sleep. By the time you awake the next day, ideally these things should be finished and wrapped up.
There really are a lot of great ideas to be mined from this book. However, if you don't have time to read through it, consider taking a look at this short recap video to help you understand in a concise manner the wealth contained therein.
Watch: The 4-hour Workweek by Tim Ferriss