Starting the new year with some fresh goals can seem like a good idea—but we’ve got a better one.
Overflowing inbox? Pieces of paper and important information everywhere? Everything has its place–here are the essential habits of organization to survive a chaotic world.
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Tis’ the season for much-needed productivity, but if you can’t answer, “Yes!” to these seven questions, then it’s time to say, “No” to meetings. This is our anti-meeting manifesto.
Isn’t it sweet when you lose yourself in the work you’re doing? You get the rush of real productivity, not just ‘busy work’. You have a strong feeling of purpose and completely lose track of time. Whether you call it concentration, focus, flow, or even work-induced trance, you have to admit it’s really an exhilarating […]
The new year is fast approaching. Are you ready? Here are seven strategies that will boost your productivity all year long without sacrificing your sanity.
Here are some tips to help you organize your home life in a way that will enable you to get things accomplished, even during the holiday season.
Following these tips will make your home on the range a more organized and peaceful place. Then seldom will be heard a discouraging word!
iPhone: To-do apps are everywhere, but finding one that’s feature-packed and based on the GTD system while still being easy-to-use is tough. DashPlus is based on Patrick Rhone’s Dash/Plus system, but GTD-ers might want to take a look at it as well.
As an entrepreneur, my work schedule tends to be much different than a standard 9-5 job. I’d like to think that my lifestyle is unique, but I know there are thousands of other people out there sharing in my late night hustle.
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This is a guest post by Kelly Combs. Kelly is a virtual assistant who has been helping Craig Jarrow turn his intentions into actions for over a year. She is a member of the eaHelp team. You can fol…
We all get busy and end up with too many things that need to get done. Sometimes, though, we don’t really need to do it all. If you find yourself overwhelmed with your to-do list, remove something from it.
88% of you will fail to achieve your New Year’s resolution. Wanna join the 12%? Discover why New Year’s resolutions fail (and what you can do about it).
Want to make emailing easy and quick? Here’s a Gmail cheat sheet that promises fast email sending and it delivers, too!
Visualize your workflow with our to do list for teams. A kanban tool by Projectplace.
When we try to cram all of our email-handling into a narrow window of time, we may have a mismatch between our energy level and what our email requires of us.
Taking the time to organize office items opens up a pathway towards clearer work and tasks. Here are 5 easy steps to declutter your office.
Time is the one luxury that once spent we can never regain. So why is it the one thing we all profoundly struggle with?
If you typically eat a rushed lunch over your keyboard because you’re too swamped to take a break, or you check e-mail on your phone when you’re talking to a loved one, you’re doing yourself more harm than good.
Two things often happen this time of year – you review what’s happened so far and smile, knowing that you took advantage of opportunities, minimized “hiccups” and generally had a great year in both your business and your life overall.
Whether you’re a green juice junkie, a SoulCycle addict, or just trying to maintain a working relationship with your skinny jeans, healthy living is always in style. So we’ve tapped the wellness masterminds at Well+Good — the go-to-site for cool, healthy-leaning women coast to coast
One of the key parts of our culture at Buffer is a focus on self-improvement. We each pick an area to improve on each week and share our daily progress and challenges, making it a social, supportive way to adjust, create or change our habits.