Prioritizing your to-dos when everything is important is no easy task, but the Eisenhower Decision Matrix is a great way to do it. Chris S Penn took that idea and blew it up into a simple grid he has on the wall behind him while he works, laid out with sticky notes for his to-dos […]
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You will only master your personal productivity when you are able to pay attention to everything in due time, without being distracted by other options.
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Sharing my updated Time Management binder today! I know the beginning of summer is an unusual time to put together a time management binder.
The Pomodoro technique is a highly effective time management tool. Learn how a Italian graduate created the Pomodoro technique and how you can make it a effective too to get more things done.
I have a confession to make: I hate email. I hate it so much that emails would just pile up, sometimes burying ones that are actually important. That all changed this weekend when I copied this GTD Gmail setup from startup founder Andreas Klinger.
When you are writing your to-do list, keep a four-color multipen handy and use its colours to make a visual, systematic list. Productivityist’s Mike Vardy has a color-coded system for capturing tasks on paper, which you could easily replicate on a whiteboard or any other analog system.
Blog post at Asian Efficiency – Time Management and Productivity : Today we’re going to looking at how to turn notes into actionable steps that you can implement. What is this used for? Say you read a[..]
Tony Schwartz, CEO of The Energy Project, garnered national media attention this year after writing an opinion piece called “Relax! You’ll Be More Productive” for The New York Times. In it, he argues that though running ourselves ragged is par for the course in our culture, we are actually cheating ourselves of the one resource […]