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Eighteen minutes a day is all the time it takes to become more productive, claims the business coach Peter Bregman. He explains how, and shares three other tips for getting things done
Motivation is something that needs to be replenished regularly. For example, when someone eats food to satisfy the need of hunger, or when a student does his/her work in school because they want a good grade. Both show a similar connection between what we do and why we do it. After all, you can’t maximize […]
Reason #2: De-Stress Inebriation OK, you implemented GTD and emerged from the cut-over. You changed everything and somehow, you are out the other side, now you’ve entered into the GTD honeymoon. Mu…
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We all want to work smarter, but are we getting ahead or just spinning our wheels? You might hear someone say they work best under pressure, for example, but that might be an empty claim to justify procrastination. Here are some common productivity lies that we tell ourselves that hinder more than help our work.
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Image via Shutterstock There are ways to email people so things get done, and ways to email people so things stall, backtrack or get awkwardly ignored fore
Lately whenever you ask someone how they’re doing, they likely mention how busy they are. That’s what I say. I’m guessing that’s what you say, too. “I’m busy” just rolls off our tongues. And you probably are busy. All of us have…
IFTT’s new standalone Do apps for iOS and Android simplify the tasks you do every day. Here are a few awesome ways to use them.
True productivity involves doing the right things at the right time.
Organize your team with this easy to use project manager. Collaborate with your team members on projects and tasks. Use on your computer or your mobile device.
Want to meet the promises you are making yourself? There are apps for that.
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In today’s world “Work-Life Balance” is an impossible fairy tale. If we are honest with ourselves, all we can strive for is successful “Work-Life Integration.” I say this because work-life balance …
How to Master Time in 6 Simple Steps “Tick-tock, there goes the clock, how much time have we wasted today?” The popular nursery rhyme with a few minor additions speaks the dilemma we face when something needs to be completed pronto, but time is running short, leaving our stomach in knots.
The Pomodoro Technique can help you structure your workdays for maximum productivity.
Learn about the productivity snowball. A technique that creates momentum, focus and better results. The productivity snowball is for the procrastinator.
Are you waiting until “then” to make the change you wish you were experiencing “now?” What’s out THERE that you’d like to make different? And, most importantly, what’s right HERE you can work with in order to make progress toward…
A comprehensive list of some of the best available online and app resources for improving productivity.
The secret to managing your time effectively is knowing what you want to do and when you will do it.
How many of you use an electronic device with a Getting Things Done software to practice effective GTD? I know I am one of those. Currently my set up is to use Google Calendar together with Toodledo. But due to work, I use a monologue notebook to record my to do list.
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Finding the time in the day to do everything that needs to be done can be a nightmare. There’s always something stopping you from getting ahead and finishing your work with time to spare. Of course, over time you learn different ways to get jobs done quicker. But are you…
“I know I need to do X, but I just can’t seem to get myself to do it.” This was a comment that a business coaching client shared with me a short while ago.