Clients: Chris Bailey


“Chris Bailey has tackled the daunting task of personally experimenting with any and every technique you can imagine that could positively affect your productivity. His dedication to the project and his intelligent conclusions, combined with his candor and articulateness, make this a fun, interesting, and useful read!” — David Allen, author of Getting Things Done

“Never mind my books, I'd trust Lucinda Blumenfeld, and the entire team at Lucinda Literary, with my life. Lucinda is the most resourceful person I've ever worked with—and she's given me open, honest, and valuable feedback through each stage of the publishing process. I'd recommend her services without any reservations.” — Chris Bailey

When Chris Bailey graduated University, he received several job offers, but decided to decline them to dedicate a full year of his life to exploring his weird passion: productivity. For a full year he did anything and everything to become more productive. That included conducting dozens of productivity experiments on himself, like living in total isolation for 10 days, only using his smartphone for an hour a day, waking up at 5:30am every morning, and working 90-hour weeks. Over his project and over the last decade, Chris has researched and experimented with every productivity technique under the sun to discover what works and what doesn’t. The lessons from this yearlong project have been distilled into Chris' book, The Productivity Project, an international bestseller that is being translated into eight languages.

His work has received national and international media attention from outlets like The New York Times, Fortune, Harvard Business Review, Fast Company, New York Magazine, the BBC, and countless others. Every month his work is read by about 200,000 people from almost every country around the world, and in a recent interview, the prestigious TED Talks organization said that he “might be the most productive man you’d ever hope to meet.” Recently, Fast Company called him a "productivity mastermind." You can read Bailey’s work at