These mostly free apps will save you precious time on the road, in the stores, on hold with customer service and more.
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If you have 20 sticky note reminders taped to your desk and 12 to-do lists in draft, this post is for you. In a world that never seems to stop moving, how do we actually accomplish what we want to get done?
Is your life a hotch-potch of missed deadlines, forgotten shopping and reneged commitments? Sounds like you need to get organized. Where better to start than with hard numbers and figures?
Your lifeâs purpose is found through trial and effort. Purpose is found in action, not inaction. I intentionally titled this article âfindingâ your life purpose, since I believe it to be an ongoing process throughout oneâs life
You want to improve your body image? Take advice from Charly Redants!
Are you lazy? How lazy? I think technology is giving us opportunities to take laziness to an entirely new level! I remember life before the Internet took over. Many things have changed. Now we can …
Plans fail in more ways than they succeed. Complex plans fail in far more ways than simple ones. Good plans and strategies are usually simpl
Being motivated isn’t something that always comes naturally, but many of us respond pretty positively to mandatory obligations. Turn that to your advantage by creating a one-day, binding agreement with yourself.
Bloated to-do lists and procrastination are productivity killers—it’s easy to get overwhelmed when there are 28 overdue tasks on your reminders list. So we’re always looking for the perfect tim…
Imagine running two major companies at the same time–that takes a lot of focus. Twitter and Square’s Jack Dorsey did it with this trick.
Have you ever wondered why you are always in a hurry but never manage to complete your work before deadline? Try these tips to improve your daily routine.
Make your thoughts reality with these mind-expanding tricks.
Siri is a powerful time management tool. Check out these tips and productivity shortcuts every iPhone user should know.
We have all shown up to that meeting. The one with no purpose. The one with no advance notice or details. And the one where no one could even find where the meeting was being held. It ends up being…
Many of you may have a goal to keep your inbox nearly empty, but have not succeeded at doing that. The main reason I like to keep my inbox empty is that it feels good. Once my inbox g…
Todoist has been my task manager for some time, and one of the features it offers is the ability to flag tasks as needed. I have avoided using priorities until recently, but I finally figured out how I wanted to use them and have started to add them to my Todoist workflow.
A lot of to-do list systems require you to adopt new apps or tools. The Projecteze method works with your favorite word processor and requires almost no time to set up.
Simple shortcuts can save you minutes on routine tasks. Those minutes definitely add up, but before you spend too much effort finely trimming your schedule, try to identify big time-saving activities and cut those short. You may find some big time savings.
Adapted from Scrum: The Art of Doing Twice the Work in Half the Time by Jeff Sutherland. Out now from Crown Business, an imprint of the Crown Publishing Group. © 2014 by Jeff Sutherland. When Scott Maxwell, founder of the venture capital firm OpenView Venture Partners, was working as a…
I like thinking of emails as todos; because you have to reply to them. Even if it is a very nice email, let’s say your mother asking whether you wanted some pancake. You have to reply, unless you want to upset her.
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Goals are like a road map to keep us focused. Without a vision or plan to guide us, we might just drift or wander. Click to read more about how to succeed.
Getting organized is great, and it’s better than never knowing where anything is. However, there’s a point when you spend more time organizing than is necessary to get the job done. The Small Notebook reminds us to stop there before we hit those diminishing returns.
This is a guest post by Sarah Chana Mocke. She is an influential leader in the software architect space and a leader of world-wide communities at Microsoft. Sara shares some things that have worked for her in shaping her career while pursuing her passions.