Calendar as an Asset Warmups
Your brain is like a muscle. And just like any muscle in your body, with the proper exercise and training, your brain will increase in strength on a multitude of levels. The warm up exercises below are designed to increase blood flow to your brain, challenge your critical thinking and prepare you for the insights you’ll receive from the webinars, lessons and exercises presented in the upcoming series. Have fun!
5 Mental Mistakes That Kill Your Productivity – If you’re sometimes frustrated about how little you accomplish during your work day, you’re not alone. Research indicates that only 26% of people often leave the office having accomplished the tasks they set out to do.
9 Ways to Say No to Busywork and Unrealistic Deadlines – The difference between living a life of peace and productivity versus a life of stress and resentment could lie in one simple skill: Learning how to say no.
10 Quick Tips for Avoiding Distractions at Work – In a world of push notifications, email, instant messaging, and shrinking office space, we’re becoming increasingly distracted at work. The average employee is getting interrupted 50 to 60 times per day, and about 80% of these interruptions are unimportant.
How Timeboxing Works and Why It Will Make You More Productive – Five years ago I read Daniel Markovitz’s argument for migrating to-do lists into calendars. Since then, my productivity has at least doubled. That momentous (at least for me) article describes five problems with the to-do list.
The Top 5 Time-Management Mistakes – Are your time-management efforts not getting you the results you envisioned? Could be you’re making one of the five mistakes that can most easily get you derailed.