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Four tips to help you remain focused at work when you have something else in your life competing for your attention.
You may be in search of ways to stay focused in a world where we send and receive emails for the majority of our day. Here are my favorite email management techniques.
We all have that task or two on our to do lists that we just can’t make happen. The one that’s actually pretty important, but gets prioritized somewhere below cleaning out the litter box and doing all the dishes in the office kitchen. There are tons of reasons that we humans avoid work: It’s hard,… Read more »
Time is the one thing we will always have less of. That’s why there are so many books on time management, to-do lists, productivity, changing habits, and project planning. Some of those books are little more than self-help claptrap. Others contain enough useful points to make them worth flipping through, but are far from life changing. However, the best time… Read more »
In a world of distractions and competing demands, how do you figure out where to spend your time, attention, and energy? Try the 5 choices to extraordinary productivity.
Getting too much email is a fact of life for most of us, and dealing with it all is time consuming. Last week, I wrote about time management techniques, and how you handle your email is hugely important in this endeavor. Below, I’ve outlined some of the most common techniques for email management. Different techniques… Read more »
A couple weeks ago, I wrote about how to strike a good work-life balance, and a major part of that is effective time management. It’s important to understand that we can never manage time—there will always be 24 hours each day for you to accomplish everything you need to do. The real management technique comes… Read more »
I’ve been following Laura Vanderkam’s work ever since I read her book 168 Hours: You Have More Time Than You Think, which introduced me to the idea that my time was a resource, like money, and I could choose how I spent it. She writes mainly about time and productivity, but with a gorgeous command… Read more »
Whether it’s to make money to help pay for school or simply to become financially independent, many students take on a part-time job during their undergraduate years. A part-time job can be a blessing, helping put some of your financial woes at ease by guaranteeing regular income. But combined with your academic commitments, a part-time… Read more »