Starting your day the email way is regularly put down – even though most of us do it. Is checking email after waking up really so bad?
The sight of a long to-list can be overwhelming — even paralyzing. An effective solution is to maintain different task lists, based on the place you are at.
The simple act of ticking the box is therapeutic. If paper is your calling, the Internet has some helpful single-page productivity sheets you can print out for daily planning
Giving up on your to-do lists? Your problem isn’t your ambition or the task planning app you use. The problem is in how you are using your to-do list in general.
Are you looking for a more efficient way to organise your work-days? Try Time Blocking. This time management tactic can help keep you on track while keeping distractions, procrastination, and unproductive multitasking at bay.
The feeling of drowning in a list of never ending tasks is a fear common to all of us. The cure is available. Here are ten ways to claw your way back.
Life’s good at blindsiding you every now and then. With a few simple strategies, you can become adept at handling all of life’s uncertainties with aplomb.
There will be good days and bad days, productive and unproductive ones. You can tilt the scales in favor of the productive days by making some simple changes to your routine.
More and more people are choosing to embrace minimalism. In certain situations this can wreak frustrating havoc on your everyday life. With some minimal planning it doesn’t have to come to that.
Is your life a hotch-potch of missed deadlines, forgotten shopping and reneged commitments? Sounds like you need to get organized.
If a meeting is well organised, there’s no reason it can’t enhance productivity, sense of purpose, and morale. Here are some rules to follow for effective meetings.
The calendar is not always the ideal solution. If “I don’t have enough time” is your constant refrain, you need to change tack and adopt a new, more efficient approach to time management.
It’s always surprising – or not surprising at all – how quickly time can fly when gaming.These tools will show you for just how long you’ve been playing.
How’s your time management? Is it good enough to compare with a Fortune 500 business leader?
Email is hijacking your days, and it’s being sneaky about it. You can regain control over your time. Figure out how much time you devote to email right now and steal it back.
Some people don’t have the willpower problem. What makes those productive people different? As it turns out, there’s plenty of research on the subject, and the answer turns out to be pretty simple
Contrary to popular belief, there are some distractions that could actually make us more productive. Distractions need not be roadblocks…with these deliberate ways, they easily can be catapults.
Life projects that are stalled? Yes, we all have them. The story is always the same. We start with an idea but never see it through. Break the brittle obstacles and persevere with these tips.
It’s becoming tougher to keep a right balance between work and life. There are 168 hours in the week. Where does it all go? Here’s how to reclaim it by planning for the week.
With telecommuting lifestyles taking off, work is not limited by hours or locations. Here are a few pointers to help you make the best of working on a notebook while on the move.
Multi-tasking is an attention killer. “Chunking”, is a different kind of multi-tasking. It’s not new, and has existed under the geeky term of batch processing for a long time now.
We have more information available than every before, but this ironically has damaged our ability to absorb any of it. However, you can take action to improve your attention with a few simple steps.
Ever wonder how successful people like Charles Dickens, Sigmund Freud and Gustave Flaubert made it? They had routines.
With a few well-targeted changes, you can boost your productivity by leaps and bounds. Apply these simple methods to your life and the result is what you would expect — better work with lesser effort.