Productivity

30 Signs You’re Actually A Procrastinator
www.lifehack.org

Doing at least 7 of the habits in this list makes you a procrastinator. Find out the 30 signs of procrastinators.

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I Need More Time, What Can I Do?
sourcesofinsight.com

Joelle K. Jay shares strategies for how you can gain more time, use the time you have more effectively, and deal with the demands on your time in more productive ways.

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Clearing Excess Tasks
www.asianefficiency.com

How to clear out excess tasks and mental baggage to free up your time and attention for more productive ventures.

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52-Minute Work, 17-Minute Break is the Ideal Productivity Schedule
lifehacker.com

Productivity techniques like the Pomodoro method have long said that bursts of work and relaxation are the best way to do your job. But what’s the ideal time of those bursts? The Daily Muse reckons it’s 52 minutes of work followed by a 17 minute break.

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Disconnect Completely During “Quiet Hours” to Boost Your Productivity
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The idea of multitasking sounds great, but it’s actually highly inefficient. Try putting your phone down between certain hours, ignore those work emails, and you’ll actually give yourself less work.

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‹Set Yourself Absurdly Low Goals to Kickstart a Project
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One of the hardest parts of any project is simply getting started. Set your sights incredibly low and you will find it’s easy to build up momentum.

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Preparation is the Key to Making Your Day Productive
timemanagementninja.com

Do you know what tasks you need to complete today? And where you need to go? It’s good to have a plan. Yet, being aware of what you need to do is only part of the picture. If you aren’t prepared, y…

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How to Make Monday Work for You
www.productivityist.com

There are very few things more daunting than Mondays. You’ve just come off of a weekend where you were able to relax and get some much-needed downtime…and now that Monday has arrived all of that is over.

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Use Firefighter Codes and the Eisenhower Matrix to Sort Your Inbox
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Too many emails can bog you down, so rather than being overwhelmed by the unread messages in your inbox, take charge. Entrepreneur Bryan Lee uses his previous experience as a firefighter and a popular productivity tool to make a system to sort his emails.

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Use This Flowchart to Identify What Type of Procrastinator You Are
lifehacker.com

Procrastinators waste too much time, but to get over this bad tendency, you need to know why you procrastinate. Dr. Joseph Ferrari of DePaul University has categorised a few basic types of time-wasters, and has solutions for them too.

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7 rules for being more productive
medium.com

 I’m design-hacking my life (Part 1)

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6 Things The Most Productive People Do Every Day
www.bakadesuyo.com

Ever feel like you’re just not getting enough done? Know how many days per week you’re actually productive? About 3: People work an average of 45 hours a week; they consider about 17 of those hours…

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The top 10 lessons I learned from A Year of Productivity
ayearofproductivity.com

The 10 biggest things I’ve learned in my journey to become as productive as possible for a year.

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Highlighting Won’t Help You Remember Anything
nymag.com

It’s time you learned how to learn.

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Say No to New Projects When You First Get Back from Vacation
lifehacker.com

Getting back to work from a vacation is tough, and it’s even worse when people are hounding you to get started on something. Levo League suggests you say no to any new projects for the first day you’re back to maintain your sanity.

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Productivity: Pomodoro technique an easy solution
www.smh.com.au

Help is at hand for world-class fidgeters in this unique road test.

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Simple Tips And Tricks On Managing Your Time
news360.com

Everyone could use some tips to better manage their time. When you plan out your day, it is a lot easier to accomplish things. There are a lot of people out there that really need to get to work on time management. These tips that follow can help you with that!

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Relax, You Have 168 Hours This Week
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There are 168 hours in a week; this is immutable truth. That sounds like a lot, but is it really enough time to cover the demands of a successful career, family involvement, and everything else that makes up a fulfilling life? Let’s do the back-of-the-envelope calculation.

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10 Places to Find More Productivity in Your Day
timemanagementninja.com

We all want to be more productive in our day. Sometimes it seems to be an elusive quality.  Especially, when your day is filled with meetings, interruptions, and last-minute urgencies. But, you can…

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Work All Day, Get Nothing Done
sourcesofinsight.com

In The Inner Edge: The 10 Practices of Personal Leadership, Joelle K. Jay walks through the problem of busy but not productive, and work all day, get nothing done.

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The best way to crack your to-do lists
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It doesn’t need to be an endless battle. Here’s how to tame those must-dos and get the positive effect of crossing things off.

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The Odd Work-Break Ratio That’s Great for Productivity
mashable.com

Everyone has that person in the office. You know, the one who always seems to get way more done than everybody else, but who never seems stressed or frantically trying to finish…

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Gamification and Productivity in the Workplace: 3 Essential Considerations
www.business2community.com

TechnologyAdvice.com notes that gamification is, in layman’s lingo, the application of game-like characteristics to everyday activities to make them more interesting, like accumulating points for e…

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[How to] Deal with disruptions that interrupt your productive routines
freakishlyproductive.com

When your productive routines get disrupted, what do you do? YOU FIGHT BACK, that’s what!

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[Tool] Sticky Habit Checklist
freakishlyproductive.com

Get three yeses or just say no.

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The One Productive Weekly Meeting You’re Not Having (But Should)
www.productivityist.com

I’m not fond of meetings. But there’s one I’ve been having every single week that I just won’t skip: the one i have with my wife.

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