Time management is one of the most used, dreaded, and misunderstood concept of all times. But it doesn’t have to be. With just a few mindset changes, you can easily reframe your thinking and begin not to manage your time, but to create your time.
Time is the most plentiful resource we have and yet it feels so scarce. We all want more of it, and we’d do everything in our power to stretch it. The good news is that we can, and the secret lies in a very simple exercise that involves a pen, paper, and your ability to be honest about your priorities.
Digital Information is all around us. Everything we own is slowly transitioning to digital form. How do you manage and organize it to increase your efficiency and effectiveness while still maintaining the safety and security of your information?
Checklists get a bad rep because, well, they just don’t sound sexy and feel antiquated. But used in the right way, checklists can add order to your chaotic life, one checkmark at a time.
Would you believe anyone who tells you that you can hijack your brain from self-sabotage in just 5-seconds? It sounds crazy, just like it did for its creator, Mel Robbins. It sounded crazy until it didn’t and changed her life forever.
Are you constantly looking for ways to improve your effectiveness and efficiency? The Eisenhower Priority Matrix is a tool you need to add to your arsenal. It will help increase your productivity in all aspects of your life.
We all have different views on how to organize our life. We even define the word neat differently. Yes, some people suffer from types of afflictions, such as hoarding, but this article does not address those extreme cases. No, I am talking about regular people who go through life day by day and find it …
A person makes an average of 35,000+ decisions a day, but only a handful of really important ones. So you need a good framework to optimize that decision-making process.