Struggling with work and school and in need of a dash (or more) of inspiration? Well, we’ve got just what you need to take your productivity up a notch or three. Have a look at and be inspired by our list of productivity YouTubers– these are content creators who share productive videos in which they share how they get their work done no matter what challenges they need to face.
First up on our list is Ali Abdaal, who’s made a good name for himself as a medicine graduate from Cambridge University and now works as a junior doctor for the National Health Service of the UK. His YouTube page showcases a wealth of information regarding productivity, from the most productive thing he does every year to the contents of his productive bucket list and even the setup of his desk which is geared to help him achieve peak productivity. He also posts study videos and things not related to his work, such as tech reviews and even videos of him and his friends singing.
The content crafted by a top-notch vlogger such as Ali is best viewed on a great tablet like the Lenovo Tab M10. This 10.1” HD family entertainment tablet runs on a powerful quad-core processor and showcases immersive sound thanks to its Dolby Audio and dual front-facing speakers. This Lenovo smart tab offers up to 8 hours of playback time of 720p video–ensuring that you can binge a whole bunch of Ali’s videos from start to finish.
Thomas Frank is a productivity vlogger par excellence. His YouTube page is full of videos that offer good advice on boosting one’s productivity, and they can be used irrespective of whether someone is in high school, university, or already working. Thomas uploads 3-4 videos a month that focus on topics such as destroying procrastination, becoming a better reader, sharpening one’s note-taking skills, acing one’s exams, and so on. A Management Information Systems graduate, Thomas leverages his expertise to help his growing community become productivity warriors just like him.
Someone like Thomas offers content that you can’t afford to miss out on. Watch his videos on a top-quality TV such as the Samsung 50” UHD Crystal TV. This TV boasts awesome 4K resolution (4x higher than full HD sets), and its detail is sharpened even further with High Dynamic Range (HDR) tech and Crystal Display which ensures optimized color. Making this TV even more of a joy to use is its near bezel-free design on its sides and top.
Matt D’Avella is known for being a minimalist and filmmaker–you may not have known that he crafted the documentary called Minimalism and has also released a six-part series called Making Minimalism. But he’s pretty well known for the productivity, creativity and self-improvement videos he makes, on crucial topics like the one habit he’s trying to build this year (spoiler: he’s trying to read more), how to finally overcome procrastination, and even how he quit trying to construct his own perfect morning routine.
There are few more satisfying ways of watching perfectly shot and beautifully minimal videos like Matt’s than on a compact yet powerful projector like the Mi Smart Compact Projector. It’s small as projectors go but pumps out excellent video at 1080p resolution, can project to a 60in-120in screen, has a totally sealed optical system to stay dust-free, and offers Dolby Audio and a large integrated sound chamber.
MuchelleB (actually, her name is Michelle) is a productivity vlogger with a nice twist. She works to help her viewers create intentional lives through providing good advice on simplifying them and getting things done. Michelle is most interested in talking about self-compassionate productivity and in changing behavior through experimentation. Sample videos include features on nine apps for self care and productivity, seven easy ways to write better to-do lists, and one way to change your productivity system in order to make it more effective–so that you can be less busy and more productive.
MuchelleB’s content is best viewed on a top-of-the-line device such as a Samsung Galaxy Note 20. The Note 20 is one of the world’s most powerful and capable mobile devices, boasting a 6.7” 2400×1080 (FHD+) display that’s terrific for watching MuchelleB’s videos. Should the urge to take notes strike, pull out the S Pen and scribble away. And the Note 20 comes in three striking colorways too: Mystic Bronze, Mystic Green and Mystic Gray.
Rowena Tsai offers friendly and fun productivity and inspirational video content. She started her YouTube channel because she was inspired to encourage her peers to take honest and sober looks at their lives in order to determine if they really are living the lives they want to live–and if not, to find the courage to do something about it. Rowena’s videos run the gamut from how to organize your phone to work for you and not the other way around to 10 productivity and self-care tips she wishes she’d known a decade ago.
Check Rowena Tsai’s fun and helpful videos out on a Microsoft Surface Go. This 10” and 1.15lbs device is Microsoft’s smallest, lightest Surface yet, but it doesn’t skimp on power or features. View Rowena’s videos on the go with your Surface Go in tablet mode, and then type or scribble down what you learn from them afterward using the Surface Go Signature Type Cover and Surface Pen (both sold separately).