5 Productivity apps for Windows 8.1
Stress impedes success and it prevents you from building your personal brand in productive ways. When you’re stressed, you don’t think clearly and behave in ways that are counter to who you are.You impact relationships with your team and colleagues. All of this has a negative impact on how people perceive you – on your […]
With Timeneye, you will find a time tracking app that has everything you need: simplicity, mobile versions, powerful reporting and Basecamp integration.
A common bad habit I have come across with managers and executives in recent years is the accumulation of unprocessed meeting notes. It is heartbreaking to see so much effort go into the creation of meetings and the capturing of what goes on.
Taking occasional breaks is a healthy way to stay on task and allow your mind to decompress enough to process information efficiently. Fortunately, there are a few ways to take an effective break without necessarily ruining your work streak.
Who doesn’t want to build an awesome life and obtain massive success? If you’re ready to get started, this infographic is a must read!
Back when I worked exclusively on my iPad, writing posts for Cult of Mac and everything related to that, I had a hell of a time getting some things done. It seemed like every tiny step needed to be researched before I could get anything done.
Two years ago, Google release released Google Now. In its own simple way, this was revolutionary. It allowed you to interact with your phone and tablet using your voice, querying the Internet, sending messages and making appointments.
Walk into just about any store that sells office supplies, and you will find a place to buy a planner. With the premade forms and instructions in how to use them, it is easy to get started.
The key to being energetic and productive each morning is to make adjustments to your sleep schedule in increments.
There is an easy way to take control of the work that needs done; whether it be with learning about real estate or managing a project at work. Here’s how.
Your habits define who you are, so make sure you are cultivating good ones. Here’s a list of 13 good habits to get you started.
Blog post at Asian Efficiency – Time Management and Productivity : One under-utilized aspect of OmniFocus is that it can help you keep track of who you need to follow up with. Most people use OmniFocus t[..]
What I Want You to Know About Your Work Day Productivity Part Two Professionals can get stuck in a work day rut using tools and routines that may not be optimal for peak productivity. What they’re doing is not “as good as it gets.” But unfortunately, many professionals don’t know…
Ever feel like you’re overwhelmingly busy? Of course you have. We all do. But chances are, you might not be as busy as you think–and knowing this simple fact can reduce a lot of stress.
Little changes, big results
It may seem counterintuitive, but research suggests taking time to recharge, be of service, helps make you more productive.
What do you want your life to look like? Not just in business, but overall? Knowing your purpose is one of the core foundations of proper time management.
3 Things is a weekly series posted every Sunday that highlights three things you can do to overcome a challenge, enhance your productivity, and improve other aspects of your work and life. Each of the things also offers an app or product recommendation that can help you take action and move forward. I’m a big […]
No, this post is not about getting things done. It’s not about to-do lists either. Or productivity, or even making the best use of your time.
When it comes to “getting stuff done” I consider myself an expert — no, I’m not bragging. In fact, it’s sometimes overwhelming and even annoying that I literally CAN’T sit if I know there’s something to do.
I asked the Suitcase Entrepreneur Natalie Sission to share some of her secrets to running business while traveling the world. She shared these great tips…some of them may be difficult to implement if you are not used to.
A 10-minute power nap in a conference room will leave you feeling energized. Any longer and you’ll wake up groggy.
I’m a huge fan of sitting down, plugging in, and getting down to work. Whether I’m focusing on creative (writing or designing) or technical (programming) work, there’s nothing better than being productive in company of some good tunes.
Rather than pulling your phone out every 10 minutes, spend time talking to people and looking around the world. Give your habit-learning system a fighting chance to learn new ways to engage with the world.