In a recent survey to my community of fab modern-day mamas, they stated their biggest area of struggle is time management. There is no one-size-fits all in managing our time….
Saying no is no easy feat but you better believe that this small word can move mountains! Read on to find out how.
It’s not uncommon for our to-do lists to get cluttered with things that other people need from us. It’s easy to forget to take care of ourselves first. This tip is simple: Make sure your to-dos include things that are good for and focused on you–then make sure you check them off.
Don’t miss a beat when you travel.
Sometimes your office doesn’t need a complete redesign, but just a sprucing up. Here are a few ideas.
Looking for a quicker way to burn through your to-do list? Try these tools to amp up your efficiency.
Successful people set aside the first hours of the day to invest in top-priority activities.
We Put 5 Productivity Tricks to the Test. Here’s What Happened: See which actually helped us out—and which tota…
You can’t cut your workload in half, but you can cut down how long it takes you to do it.
First, itâs not really about time.
Wouldnât it be nice if you could give someone an extra hour in the day to get things done? Unfortunately, it is not possible to do precisely that, but th
Click here for Prioritising for Productivity (Part 1) OK, so now youâve looked through your life and at all the things that you need to be doing to achieve your mission and long term goals, and youâve eliminated all the activities that were wasting your time or donât serve your goals. So what should you […]
Many of the barriers to productivity are solvable. Here are four of the best productivity hacks backed by scientific research.
The Passion Planner Kickstarter project has been an incredible success. While pen and paper are powerful tools for unleashing creativity, they have limits when it comes to implementing actions for working towards your passion-related goals. This article shows you how you can combine the power of analog passion planning with digital tools. What Is Passion…
10 Ways to Get Things Done When All You Want to Do Is Procrastinate: Beat the procrastination monster. Finally.
Last week, I looked at how I use my iPad to manage my notes. This week. Iâm going to look at how I use iOSÂ to manage my schedule and task items.
One of the most common requirements from our customers is to be able to set a limit on how much time a contractor can work each week. This allows them to allocate the workload and control the budget. Now Worksnaps has provided flexible ways for you to do that
For the past two years, Productivityist has published an annual gift guide that features gifts that won’t just help the “productivityist” get more of the right things done, but they’ll have some tools that they can use that will make the process all the more enjoyable.
If you’re on the fence about donating some of your clutter, put them in a unlabeled box. Write down an “expiration date” for the box. If the box remains unopened by that date, donate it or throw it away.
Chores can be frustrating because your results disappear so quickly. Dishes get dirty again, toilet paper needs to get replenished, and laundry needs to be done. Make chores more satisfying by ending them with a task that bares more permanent results.
When it comes to keeping track of all your text and to-do lists, there’s no shortage of apps to choose from, but sometimes the ease and simplicity of working with plain text files can actually be more productive. Here are ten clever plain text files that you might want to keep on hand.
Everyone loves movies, and a lot of people wish their life was just like one. Movies excite us, give us a chance to think, and can even motivate us to live better lives. Well you’re the main character in your life and you’re filming your story right now. With the right mindset, you can use […]
Iâve been ruthlessly efficient at one thing: stealing secrets and methods from people a lot smarter than me. Here’s what I’ve learned.
Living Timefully, the mindful approach to time management, is available free of charge to anyone with a terminal illness or life-shortening condition.
Being in time poverty is a very common occurrence among entrepreneurs, but it is not at all conducive to running a thriving, profitable business. In order to be successful, you have to be productive, and overcoming time poverty is absolutely crucial …