I’ve been fiddling around with some new ideas – and as usual some of them have shown pro…
Do you suffer from shiny object syndrome? Do you start one project only to flit to the next? Get sidetracked by some great new thing (shiny object)?
PR pros, marketers, and others in the communications field can feel overwhelmed by the constant connectivity that technology affords them. Here’s some guidance.
There’s a reason parolees fare better at morning hearings than in the afternoon. Here’s the research behind why if you’re thinking or deciding too…
Don’t let having the kids at home this summer impact your sanity or your productivity. Here are 5 of my best time management tips to help you save hours every week!
What you do today is important because you are exchanging a day of your life for it.
The problem lies with the saturation of the marketers in the field. They are creating all these artificial needs, like systems, and gadgets, in order to sustain themselves and their continuous work. There is always that new thing, like: setting up your system on iOS, setting up your system within XYZ New Wave application that [...]
Time is money and there never seems to be enough of either. But, unfortunately, that’s often our own fault. “Lost” time is all too often caused by working inefficiently and procrastinating.
It’s important for business owners today to be productive and have effective time management.
Avoid the clutter and guilt of Someday/Maybe lists and start working toward these lofty projects in the present.
In order to become a famous inventor, president, scientist, or just about anything else with a semblance of importance, you have to know how to get things done. With that in mind, we know that we can learn a lot about productivity and leadership from these types, so we figured we’d look into exactly how [...]
Effective Time Management Strategies: A guide to making each and every day the best it can be.
“Our life always expresses the result of our dominant thoughts.” — Soren Kierkegaard One of my mentors, a seasoned manager at Microsoft, once told me that the difference that makes the difference – why some people succeed and others do not – is focus.
Not to be all “Merlin Mann” or anything, but, maybe somebody will find this useful. I was recently asked to talk about how I think about the infamous Inbox Zero these days, and here’s what I said: In…
Richard Rierson Dose of Leadership (www.doseofleadership.com) interviews David Allen on the core principles of GTD, including some tactical steps for getting started.
There are a lot of different kinds of days in your working life. There are days full of meetings and days where you plow through your to-do list. There are days where you thought you were going to …
A couple months ago, our co-founder and COO Alex Cavoulacos (who also happens to be the most productive person we know) shared her secrets for actually getting through your to-do list. And since then,
Fact: there are only 24 hours in a day, and 7 days in a week. It’s impossible to add additional hours to the day, and it definitely isn’t healthy to cut back on sleep, exercise, or personal time in order to free up more hours in the day to work.
Blog post at Productive Superdad : This is a guest post by Francis Wade. One of the key distinctions that gets played out in my book, “Bill’s Im-Perfect Time Management[..]
This article will shows you how to create your own assessment of your time management skills.
Thinking of time as money is a good way to allocate your time when you’re working. Now I did say while you’re working. Not when you’re with your family/kids/loved ones/on dates etc.
Morning rituals are important. What you do from the moment you wake up to the moment you get to work can literally make or break your day.
Time management is something a lot of us struggle with on a day-to-day basis. My time management skills were horrible for years, and after some work I’ve managed to get them up to “barely acceptable”. On good days.
What separates those who seem to effortlessly manage their time from those who don’t? Find out here!
There is no shortage of material on the subject of time management. I happen to enjoy the topic and don’t mind rehashing old tips and techniques. Today I want to go back to the basics and outline some ground rules for practicing better time management.