Some people can draw, while others can sing and some people are naturally gifted on their right foot. These skills can always be improved. It’s desirable to hone them and practice to keep getting better at something that comes naturally. Does time management fall into this category? We often talk about time management skills –…
I am sure you have read your share of time management books, attended your share of time management seminars and workshops and have shared your own tips for managing time as well. But how many have you actually continued to use regularly?
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The 10,000 hours of practice rule suggests that it takes about 10,000 hours of practice to master any skill. It’s often cited as a guideline for the purpose of deliberate practice, but according to a study from Princeton, that number’s probably not right.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the percentage of Americans who are overweight is…are you ready for this… a staggering 69%.
Icebergs is a webapp that lets you clip text, images, or entire pages from the web, upload and save files, make and organize notes, and more. If you’re the visual type, and like your organizational tools to come with thumbnails and beautiful interfaces, it’s worth a look.
While it is possible to be productive on an iOS device to a degree, iPad productivity is simply not as high as with a Mac or Windows PC. For some tasks it’s not even close, or not possible at all. The fact is, at this stage of its development, the iOS does not support getting […]
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Lack of productivity is an issue that’s still at large. Despite your best efforts at becoming more productive, perhaps by blocking Facebook, you can never completely avoid productivity killers.
Are you struggling with productivity? Learn these 7 productivity hacks that you can start doing right now.
People living in the 21st century are lucky. We have all the conveniences brought to us by technology. We can communicate with anyone in the world in a matter of microseconds, we can look up any sort of information that we want with just a click of a button, and we can even work without […]
Your laundry is overflowing, your dirty dishes are stacking up and your feet are starting to stick to the kitchen floor again. You want to get organized yet just can’t seem to get it together.
Always running out of time and still not completing your tasks? These 12 Most Actionable Ways to Work 20 Hours Less Per Month from Mandi Ellefson will help.
Overwhelmed Are you someone who when you feel tired or overwhelmed with your work, you start checking emails instead? Why do we do this? It is the same reason why we start with small simple tasks rather than the tougher, more complicated ones.
I coined the term “productivityist” because I believe there’s a need for it. There’s too many so-called experts in this realm and not many actual ones. I’m certainly not one. But I’m most certainly a productivityist.
You can define productivity in a many different ways. To me, productivity means achieving my highest creative potential on a consistent basis. If that’s a definition of productivity you’d like to go by, then you’re about to find out the biggest secret to getting there!
Life is like a symphony orchestra. If we allow one part to dominate, it’s noisy and unpleasant. But if we create balance, we experience harmony and joy.
If you don’t schedule time in your calendar for your priorities, they won’t happen.
You had big goals. Yet, you have fallen off of them lately. Your goals have been sitting idle, but you still want to accomplish them.Â Even though you are down, you haven’t given up. What will it ta…
In addition to my own posts, I also contribute to Time Management Magazine. My post for July has to do with willpower. Here is an excerpt: Picture this: youâre hungry. Youâre walking along and you …
When you’re motivated, the energy makes you run through your task list and do everything. Instead, do one difficult task that will make your life easier when you aren’t motivated, says Home Office Hero.
Struggling with a sprawling to-do list is no fun. The folks at WorkAwesome suggest tweaking your to-do list into a “1-3-5 list,” or one big thing you need to do, three medium-priority things you’d like to do, and five smaller “nice to haves.” Write it all down, and you have a simple, prioritized list to […]
Ahhh, the sweet benefits of a long weekend. You get to relax, you get to socialize, you get to go outdoors … and then, you get to come back on Monday to face your overflowing inbox. Just about the last thing any of us feels like facing is a mons…
It might seem that the App Store is already crowded with productivity apps. But the behavior of their users indicates that they are still not quite satisfied with them. They often tend to look for an even better app that would help them to get their things finally done. That was the reason why two […]
The key to real time management is managing where the attention is applied – these five tips show how