Time is money, and your iPhone and ipad can track the amount of hours you work. Here’s a roundup of timekeeping apps that’ll make sure you get paid.
Instead of struggling with the multi-tasking obsession, learn from Lisa Ryan on how to achieve your goals by doing less and saying NO.
Start tracking what you accomplish rather than what needs doing for a counterintuitive productivity boost.
Have you ever wondered how creative geniuses planned their day? Learn how apps and Charles Dickens` schedule can create a more productive day.
Procrastination may be hereditary, but that doesn’t get you off the hook: It’s still possible to develop better habits and change your behavior.
I am sharing five books about personal productivity that I find really interesting.
If you think you have a time management problem, consider asking new questions. This posts outlines 5 better questions to ask.
Research from FuzeBox is furthering the idea that multitasking actually leads to minimized productivity.
Standing desks may be all the rage, but they certainly have their downsides–and they aren’t for everyone. Writer Mikael Cho explains why he ditched his standing desk, and how he combats the unhealthy side effects of sitting all day.
When things get busy, we all have tasks we put off. Sometimes items end up delayed out of necessity. If you are putting off the right things, it can be a good move to reduce your workload. But if you procrastinate on the wrong tasks, you might be setting yourself up for trouble later. So, […]
You’ve probably heard that Benjamin Franklin woke up at 5am, or that Alan Turing had a messy desk. But just because great men and women had these in their routines, does that mean you should too?
As an executive coach who consistently encourages her clients to limit email in service of greater focus and productivity, my first reaction to the recent news that French employees will be required to disconnect from email
Popular password management tool 1Password was given a major update on iOS on Tuesday, with the new version 4.5 sporting AirDrop support, always-available search, and support for multiple and shared vaults.
How many articles have you read that start with: Top 10 ways to boost productivity 5 rules of productive week 12 tricks to increase productivity 9 habits of productive people You can be honest now. B…
Let me break down these common delegation myths and offer a few simple workarounds.
It happens to all of us. You’re hard at work doing an important task.Then, several minutes later you wake up to find yourself doing some meaningless item that popped up. Your important work has …
Blog post at Asian Efficiency – Time Management and Productivity : Let’s talk about how we can use our goals to help us filter our attention… and get us to achieving our goals faster and more productiv[..]
Productivity is something we all try to improve, but very few of us manage to do it effectively. It comes down to motivation, good time and task.
“A cluttered desk is a cluttered mind.” “If you had more hours in the day, you’d be more productive.” These are common productivity tropes you’ve probably heard before, and you may even be wasting time.
It’s been a while since I’ve decluttered anything. Too long of a while. So, today I am tackling a doozy: iOS Task Management apps. Those who have been reading me for some time.
Go ahead and daydream on your commute. Get the important stuff done before noon. Have that second coffee at 2:00 PM. Work out whenever.
Smoking, overeating, nail biting, or wasting away the hours on YouTube; whatever your bad habits may be, there’s a good chance you’ve tried to give them up at one point or another.
Spring is in the air! And with so many of us getting together with family this weekend to celebrate the Easter holiday, I imagine that some of us will spend a little time reminiscing about family vacations from the past.
Whether you’re an avid user of personal productivity apps already, or you’re just downloading one for the first time, consider this refreshed list of options
We love to-do lists, tracking tasks, and keeping an eye on everything that needs to get done. But Jeff Atwood suggests a different approach: every day, ask yourself what three things need to get done, and ditch the other lists.