In the Checklist Manifesto, Atul Gawande shows us how simple checklists can help us deal with the complexities of our personal and professional lives.
In the Entrepreneurial Operating System, an accountability chart helps you structure your organization and identify who is accountable for what.
Deep Work is the ability to focus without distraction on a cognitively demanding task. In his book, Cal Newport argues that this superpower will help you thrive.
In Eat That Frog, Brian Tracy talks about his productivity hack of starting your day by accomplishing your biggest, most important task.
The ONE Thing by Gary Keller helps you focus on taking action on the most important task, such that everything else will be easier or unnecessary.
Many of us use one or two calendars, but it’s not effective. You need to use several color coded calendars to take control of your time and be productive.
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The Pomodoro Technique is a time management method to help you get more done. It divides your work into 25-minute intervals with short breaks in between.
Processes are powerful and result in simplifying, scaling, and productivity in your business. Your processes will help you gain more control and freedom.
The Eisenhower Matrix helps you sort and prioritize your work tasks by urgency and importance so you can take action. These two categories of urgent and important can be further characterized into four groups, so for each task, you can Do, Decide, Delegate, or Delete.
Our environment has a significant impact on the work we want to get done. We can organize our work space to be more productive using the Japanese 5S system of organization.
We can improve the quality of our lives by managing our five personal resources, which are also known as STEAM: Skills, Time, Energy, Attention, and Money.
This post explores what is productivity. We can increase productivity by making improvements in the quality or quantity of the goods or services produced.