Happy Monday. We have several hundred people signed up to track their time this week. If you'd like to join, you can download a time-tracking spreadsheet here (or just use a little notebook, or an app of your choice). You can sign up for daily motivational emails here.
I will post my logs each day here (starting tonight). While past time-tracking challenge wee… read more »
Over the past five days, I have shared some of my favorite productivity habits. All of them are small in the grand scheme of things, but all have a big impact.
Today's habit is important because of a simple fact: time passes, whether you think about how you spend it or not. In that way, it's like moving water. If you're swimming in a moving stream, it can be difficul… read more »
Over the past few days, I've been sharing simple habits that can have a big impact on productivity. Today's strategy has to do with building and maintaining connections over time. "Networking" often seems either sleazy or intimidating. It can be done ineffectively; people collect dozens of business cards at conferences and then elect not to follow up with… read more »
This week I'm sharing five small habits that make a big impact on productivity. First, we talked about climbing mountains on Monday morning (that is, tackling long-term, important stuff that doesn't have to happen first). Yesterday we talked about building in mindful breaks. Today's habit -- a strategy for creating more satisfying leisure time -- has lit… read more »
This week, I am sharing 5 small habits that can boost productivity in 2017. Today's habit is to start taking better breaks. More specifically, plan in your breaks so you can manage your energy, and get more done.
People, like machines that need scheduled maintenance, cannot function perpetually. Unlike machines, though, people often fool themselves into… read more »