Stress is everywhere, your to-do list is endless and the 24 hours of a day are not enough to satisfy the needs of your everyday life! If you are not in charge of your life you can easily get lost between work, family and personal “wants”. But if you can become a little more organized, [...]
Do you say, âI donât have enough time in my day.â Yet, you have the same amount of time as everyone else. One way to get your time back is to take it back in small increments. What could you do to …
I’m keeping a work time log this week so I can see where my time goes (keeping a work time log is Week 1′s assignment in the #SuccessatWork challenge).
Further Secrets of Adulthood: We tend to over-estimate what we can do in a short time (say, an afternoon), and under-estimate what we can do over a longer time (a month) a little bit at a time.
This “Best” Podcast, it’s called Your Best Just Got Better. This episode is all about how you can: Move your bigger ideas forward…faster, with fewer resources than ever before. I know you can use this… Listen here! (Click here.)
When you fail to approach a goal honestly, you set your self up for endless procrastination. You come up with excuse after excuse, always forgiving yourself for never getting anything done. Gretchen Rubin, writing for the Happiness Project, calls this the “decoy habit” and wants you to stop.
There is nothing more frustrating than listening to people haggle over different definitions of what constitutes “work.” Catty conversations about who’s working harder, who’s working smarter, or who’s not working at all are more about judging others than solving inefficiencies.
There are times when I think Iâd be much happier if I could spend the rest of my life lounging on the sands of the Mediterranean, having someone fan me with palm fronds while feeding me grapes. In other words, life would be better without any stress. Or would it?
Practical ways to manage our time can help alleviate stress, and improve productivity and job satisfaction.
Teddy Hunt reviews 13 mobile apps that are sure to increase your productivity on-the-go. If you want to remain productive away from your desk, be sure to check these out.
Continuing its mission of helping people manage their time and and achieve their goals, Time Management Magazine is proud to announce their eighth issue, and this one is filled with help for the overloaded.
Whether you want to learn to decrease productivity to spite your boss or you need to learn what habits to avoid, this infographic is sure to help.
Why not feel good now as we go after our goals and also feel good later, when we achieve our goal? 21 ways to instantly feel happier…today.
Fast decision-making advice for those who struggle with the process.
So I’m sitting here, working and thinking about this whole productivity thing. I mean, aren’t we just too productivity-focused in the 21st century?
Itâs very normal, even when you are living in a remote area. You are facing so many options out there, which are waiting for you to choose, usually within specific time limit. This is not an easy part of life. There is always a risk know whether your decision would lead you to a better [...]
WorkFlowy lets you manage tasks, take notes and collaborate on projects by sharing lists with team members.
Is your workday spent tending to interruptions, with no time to get actual work done? Follow these tips to stay on track, reduce stress and accomplish your goals.
I liked a post at Jane Sheeba : You sit at your office or working table at your working hours, but do you really do something productive? – That’s a million dollar questi[..]
If you’ve got a job that requires invoicing the time you worked on certain tasks, it can become quite a chore to keep up the tracking of each of them, hence the
Making online time management mistakes can be the difference between a productive and an unproductive day. How many of these do you recognize from your day?
One of the fundamental tools for time management is that list of things you need to get done. It consolidates all your tasks in one place. From there you can prioritize them and tackle the important ones first.
Make sure everyone is literally on the same page with these document-sharing tips.
We are constantly busy at work and our schedule is always full of various activities. Sometimes, we can be forgetful and unaware of how we’re approaching our work and how we’re building relationships in the workplace. We make mistakes, sometimes …
In this post, I will show all of you how I taught my 10-year old son how to use Evernote for research and how he has become more organized as a result!