The original simple to-do list app is actually far more powerful than it appears at first. Here’s the tips and tricks you need to turn it into a productivity powerhouse that’ll help you keep track of everything you need to do on any of your devices.
Here is one simple, super easy and effective way to slash your to-do list in half.
Want to learn how to stop procrastinating? Read this article to discover the surprising thing one man did to eliminate procrastination and how you can too.
This is a guest post by Stef Gonzaga. Stef is a freelance writer and resident blogger at TeamGantt, who writes about productivity, the latest apps, and using oneâs creativity for the greater good. …
Blog post at Asian Efficiency – Time Management and Productivity : In this article I want to introduce you to a great, free and simple tool for Mac called nValt. We’re going to cover how to set it up, ho[..]
Mind mapping software â like MindNote â is Post-It notes on steroids. It allows you to easily organize your ideas and share them with the team.
The infographic below from TransForm Solution, LLC shows how employee overload hurts a company and simple solutions to combat it.
Whether you’re a serial procrastinator or a black belt in OCD, everyone with a job requiring travel feels the pressure to reach Jedi status while on the go. Whether we’re tasked with meeting and impressing a VIP or aiming to land a new client, we need all the “force” we can get.
Stress is one of the biggest causes of health problems in many peoples’ lives: it can cause heart disease, depression, anxiety attacks, sleep problems, auto-immune diseases, weight problems, and more. But we’re busyâhow do we drop the stress levels down while still getting our jobs done, and taking care of ourselves and our families?
When it comes to setting goalsâwhether they’re personal, professional, financial, or anything in betweenâit’s easy to forget that anyone who’s gotten where you want to be went through a long process to get there. Finance blog Mom and Dad Money explains why this is the most important, yet overlooked aspect of changing your habits.
A cluttered desktop can be a tough task to clear off, but it helps if you prioritize the contents. These dice-inspired icons can help you do just that, by giving you six priority-ranked folders to work with.
A few more minutes of precious sleep can be incredibly tempting in the morning, but the snooze button might not be your friend. Those extra minutes of sleep will impede the wake-up process and turn you into a groggy zombie. The wide-awake users at Stack Exchange chime in on the snooze button’s bad vibes.
Try these time-management tips to keep your stress lower at home.
Scoring hidden minutes and efficiently using them are critical to an entrepreneur’s success
Most of us donât have a time management problem â we have a prioritization problem. We get lost in a lot of little problems, which cloud the important things and, before we know it, weâre behind schedule racing to catch up. Here’s how to slay that dragon.
Struggling to fit all of your to-dos in the day? You can’t get more hours, so here’s how to use the ones you’ve got more wisely.
Don’t spend your day constantly battling the clock–it’s a battle you won’t win. Instead, decide what your priorities are and focus your attention on them.
When you study technology over a long enough time horizon, you notice an interesting trend: Even though each new development is in itself time-saving, people tend to be busier and busier, from one generation to the next.
We make decisions every day. Some can be extremely important, while others tend to be trivial in the long run.
What’s using up your time – the time you never seem to find for the things you really want to do? As you’re reading this on a screen of some sort, I’ll bet one of the top time-stealers for most of us is emails and the internet … staying connected.
Here are some useful behaviors I learned and have seen productive people display consistently.
Below I’ve listed a number of specific strategies for blocking distractions – both internal and external – that you can employ starting today to keep you focused on your tasks.
Elena Belogolovsky, an assistant professor at Cornell, and Peter Bamberger, a professor at Tel Aviv University, conducted research to see how the lack of transparency impacts a wage-earner’s performance.