This is a simple guide to time blocking and how you can use it to get the most out of your day!
If it has to happen, then it has to happen first, writes Laura Vanderkam, time management expert and author of “What the Most Successful People Do Before Breakfast.”
There are often times where we’re too busy and can’t seem to be productive. Come here for actionable tips on how to get more done with the time you have.
You’ll astound yourself, and you’ll awaken new levels of resourcefulness and productivity you didn’t even know you had. How do you get started? It’s real simple.
To accomplish a big goal, such as launching a new business, writing a novel or starting an exercise regime, productivity experts will often suggest getting up early.
Ambitious goals are motivating at first, but they can become intimidating if you can’t reach them. Thatâs why you need to break down goals into tasks.
Running a business has many cool outcomes. Unfortunately a good night’s sleep is not one of them, especially when you’re overwhelmed or stressed — which could be most of the time.
This animated YouTube video explains why humans have a natural tendency to put things off.
Success doesn’t have a taste or a smell and once you reach it, it means nothing without people to share it with. Likewise, you will never reach a point when you ‘ll get to stop working. Living the dream is also working the dream.
We’ve all experienced those moments when the brain seems to have given up on us. You’re trying to get something done, you can’t focus and your brain is simply not cooperating. You just. Can’t. Think.
Check out some apps that’ll make you happier and more productive every workday.
While writing this article, I have engaged in the following activities: checked Facebook more than 35 times, watched 10 totally unrelated YouTube clips and browsed BuzzFeed. And I can’t even count the number of times I opened my email.
With a few tweaks you can use Siri with Remember The Milk to add tasks with due dates as well as repetition. Interested? This post tells you how.
The idea of rewarding yourself to build better behaviors isn’t new, even if the phrase “gamification” is. There are more tools out there to turn everything into a game than are worth trying, but the best can really get you motivated. Let’s take a look at the good ones, and when they can be most […]
Hundreds of millions of people spend nearly one third of their day on email. Todoist’s extensive email support can help anyone achieve an empty inbox.
Leo and Sarah talk about Gneo, an app for managing to-do’s and prioritizing tasks.
What kind of tasks do you avoid and which ones do you finish on time? How far in advance do you plan tasks? How productive have you been this month?
A study from the University of Michigan found that coworking helps freelancers, who are often isolated, become more productive.
This is a guest post by Sarah Gabot.Â Sarah is a Marketing Manager at Sqwiggle, a company dedicated to bringing together distributed teams and empowering remote workers by improving team collaborati…
Here are some tips on how to ignore the things that distract you.
Adel Refai writes a great post for CYT on how to take life lessons from Thomas Edison… by refusing to quit.
It’s 3pm and you find yourself struggling to focus on work. You can’t seem to stop checking Facebook. Instead of being productive, you welcome distractions like text messages and co-workers coming by to chat. Welcome to the afternoon slump: that time in your workday when your brain refuses to cooperate with you and you can’t […]
Staying on top of school work assists in less anxiety, procrastination and delay in completion of work by the time spring break is done
When you’re doing a million things at one time and your to-do list keeps growing, it’s not about working more. It’s about working smarter. You’ll never be able to keep up without maximizing your effectiveness, but you’ll end up exhausted because you’re doing twice as much work.
Turns out you really can dress for success, recent research shows that what you wear has just as much to do with how you’re perceived by others as it…