How are meetings in your organization?
Do they need better planning? Better agendas? And better follow up?
If so, you are not alone. Most companies struggle with this issue.
Today, I want to share a great tool that makes it easier to run great meetings.
Many people overthink their productivity.
Time management shouldn’t be complex. Rather, it should simple, efficient, and lifestyle oriented.
Instead of taking that next step, do you find yourself pondering what to do next?
For many people, email rules their life.
It dictates their daily actions. It takes up as much of their time as it wants.
It follows them wherever they go. After work. In bed. And when they wake up.
Is it all really that important?
Maybe it’s time to demote your email.
Book of the Week: The Productivityist Workbook by Mike Vardy
My friend, Mike Vardy at Productivityist.com, has a new book being released this week.
It is a short eBook titled, The Productivityist Workbook.
It covers four great topics: Idea Management, Time Management, Email Management, and Task Management. Each section provides tool recommendations and exercises to reinforce the concepts.
I had the opportunity to read a pre-release copy and can tell you that it is a great read.
If you pre-order before May 15, you get two bonuses: Mike’s earlier eBook and over 4 hours of productivity interviews.
At only $5, it’s a great deal. Get the The Productivityist Workbook here.
When you have too much going on, how do you get your most important tasks done?
If background noise and distractions are drowning out your work, you need to narrow your focus.
You need to zoom in on your work so that you can get your critical todos done.
Do you keep a journal?
I am a big believer that keeping one can help you get more done.
Today, let’s look at 10 things you should be writing in your journal to be more productive.
Do you need more time in your day?
Do you need help with your administrative tasks and wish you had an assistant?
Today, I want to tell you about my experiences with virtual assistants and how your business could benefit by adding a virtual team member.
Do you like to solve problems?
Do you get involved in solving problems whether they are your own or those of others?
Tackling every problem that comes your way can actually make you less productive.
You may need to ask yourself if solving problems is getting work done, or simply creating more work for you.
Do you say, “I don’t have enough time in my day.”
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 regain even 10 minutes of your time today?