Time can zip past us if we’re not careful. This is why we need to improve our time management skills. Find 4 helpful ways to do so within this post.
Blog post at Productive Superdad : It’s the last month of the year, and also a last online business productivity roundup for 2013. This month I have listed 30 links that [..]
The most successful people I know are masterful at maximizing their time. They’ve learned that squandering productive time eats away at high-level success. Time management is for people who have modest goals. If you want to join the ranks of the highly successful, you must learn to maximize, not manage, [...]
Sometimes it can be hard to find the time to give back. Youâve got your career, your family, appointments, meetings, clubs and associations. How can you possibly fit in time for giving back?Thereâs…
Some people are near-impossible to buy for. Why not give the gift of productivity this year with these 50 awesome gift ideas?
The first thing we did when we started hiring awesome people for the Buffer team was kill the 8-hour workday. Why? Not only did it feel unnatural, it seemed counter-productive to what we all wanted to accomplish in a given day.
This article was featured in this week’s TMN Newsletter. It received such positive response, I wanted to re-publish it for all readers. Sign up for the TMN Newsletter to receive even more tips and …
We could all stand to be more productive and focused. If you’re looking for some advice and tips, check out this guide on how to be focused.
In this four part series, I’ll be going over the tools I use to stay productive and maintain my sanity. While there are dozens of apps and services I interact with on a weekly basis, this series will look at the specific subsets that revolve around time management.
According to a report from the World Health Organization, the average life expectancy in the United States is 79 years old. Most people in wealthy nations are hovering around the 80–year mark. Women in Japan are the highest, with an average life expectancy of 86 years.
It’s a Tuesday afternoon at a law firm somewhere in Toronto. John is reading the Huffington Post on-line. He feels stuck. Unmotivated. With no pounding deadlines this week he just can’t get around to doing the important but not urgent work on his desk.
It’s been almost 10 years since I made a decision to keep a clean inbox. Since that time, I’ve managed to clear my inbox down to zero on average a few times a month.
I’d always dreamed about being self-employed, so one morning I woke up with the idea to make it happen. I decided to assemble a team of artists to create an interactive anthology about the Apocalypse.
Better productivity leads to a better life. These 7 tips will help you learn how to kick-start your productivity.
Generally speaking, we tend to organize our to-do lists by either priority or time. That’s fine, but it doesn’t work for everyone, especially on those days when you’re a bit under the weather. For those times, 99U suggests trying something a little different and organizing your to-dos by the amount of energy it takes to […]
For brokers, there never seems to be enough time to get everything done.Balancing work, family and fun in a world of 24/7 connections is difficult. But here is some perspective: There are 168 hours in a week and 1,440 minutes in a day. Thatâs a lot of time if you manage it well, and no…
Most of us stress out about cleaning off our to-do lists, and that’s natural. After all, why jot it down if you didn’t want to get it done, right? Marissa Mayer, however, Yahoo’s CEO and former Google executive, explains that sometimes it’s making the list and prioritizing it that’s important–not finishing.
When I was a kid, I read a book called The Listmaker. It’s about a young girl who uses lists to organize and make sense of her life. At the time I didn’t read any more into it besides the fact that this was an odd hobby for a pre-teen girl to spend so much […]
Your to-do list seems to be growing by the second. As that bulleted list grows, so too does your anxiety at getting so much accomplished in a short time frame.
You cannot open a technology publication today without reading a story about Snapchat. It has generated an enormous amount of buzz especially with the younger crowd.
Distractions and false needs are controlling your life. Zen Habits’ Leo Babauta tells us why you need to let go.
The following is a guest post by Paul Smith. Paul is a writer. Heâs very interested in relationships, psychology, and traveling. You can find Paul on Google+ and on AskEssay Productivity is not an innate skill, but the right mindset supported by the way one acts regularly. Itâs hard to find someone who wouldnât be […]
Time management. We live in a busy society where everyone is on the go all the time – In the office, at home, and in school. More often than not, it seems like
Blog post at Asian Efficiency – Time Management and Productivity : Sometimes, sh*t happens. We fall behind. We miss our weekly review for a few too many weeks. And things start going into the red. It’s a[..]
If you have bitten off more than you can chew, things can get stressful very quickly. Instead of hitting the panic button, Whitney Johnsonâco-founder of investment first Rose Park Advisorsâsuggests relying on S.O.S: Stop, Organize, Secure.