When you’re trying to concentrate, distractions are a nightmare. It’s time to block distractions and get things done with some free apps for Android and iOS.
The human mind is not meant to work continuosly. Call it quits for a few minutes now and then, de-stress, and renergize yourself with these apps and websites.
These simple tricks will help you become a master of both time and productivity.
Time is what we always have less of. Let’s look at a few sites that show you what time it is around the world – and what you should be doing with your time.
It’s possible to do all kinds of really cool automations with Google Scripts, and you don’t even have to create them from scratch. Boost your productivity in a big way.
How do you learn effectively? What can you do to minimize the amount of wasted time and maximize the amount of knowledge you retain? The short answer — use smart strategies.
Creating a work schedule is not easy. Excel can help you fit everyone’s hours, meet minimums, and keep your team happy. We show you how and supply you with great templates.
We are bad at estimating time. So, let’s understand our relationship with time and see if we are investing our spare time properly.
Multitasking is a common method to increase productivity. Turns out it’s not necessarily the silver bullet for productivity. The key is to know when to multitask.
Trello is a list lover’s delight. Its Kanban-style approach was not meant just for project management. Don’t believe us? Look at these ten unique uses of Trello.
You’ve switched off from work after your meal and you just can’t seem to restart your brain. Don’t strain yourself, let technology help you beat the afternoon slump.
Struggling to keep track? A clean interface and quick sharing options make Teamup a great choice for hosting your calendar. You can use it with an unlimited amount of users or just for yourself.
The pomodoro technique is a popular time management system that involves breaking work into 25 minute…
If your app is installed everywhere, then your notifications are everywhere. To be productive, you might want to try accessing certain apps on certain devices only. The experiment might surprise you.
Even before you know it, a decision creeps up on you. For a happy and productive life, decisions have to be managed. Let’s talk about strategies to get better at making good decisions.
Do you ever feel like you’re too busy to get everything done? The day’s not getting any longer, so you’re going to have to find a way to be more efficient.
Do you suffer from an insatiable desire to work? Here are some of the signs to recognize this ailment and how you can overcome it.
Given the time we spend with our computers, you’d think we’d all master them like craftspeople masters their tools. The problem is, we rarely commit to learning. Let’s change that!
There are many ways to make Google Calendar smarter. Here are eight tools to make your schedule work better for you with minimal effort on your part.
How you manage your time from the first moment in the morning, to the last moment when you go to bed, is a lot like mountain climbing. I learned these lessons the hard way.
The urge to be productive feeds the app download frenzy. Here’s a simple system to ensure you only adopt productivity apps that actually contribute to your productivity.
A few simple habits can help us shed some inefficient ways and increase our reservoir of time doing the things that matter. These ideas can get you one extra productive hour every single day.
The secret to de-stress using a calendar is simple: cut out the things that you don’t need, make time for the things you love, and keep it all organized. Use these ten tips.
When “good enough” is actually good enough, why do we still push towards perfection, which in turn simply pushes us to waste time? How can we stop ourselves doing this?