Benefits of using email scheduling tools to work more efficiently : productivity. [TEXT] I just finished the online Coursera course "Learning how to learn". I highly recommend it to everyone and I summarized everything I learned from it. : GetMotivated. A Soft Murmur - A place where ambient noise keeps you from being distracted : InternetIsBeautiful.
Finding Focus: The Hard Thing About Doing Hard Work : productivity. How More Than 160 Fortune 500 Leaders Schedule Their Days. When you’re in charge of a business, you’re all too familiar with that feeling of racing to catch up.
But no matter how hard you push or how much you work, you never seem to reach the finish line. There’s always more marketing to do, more emails to send, another meeting around the corner, more prospects to qualify… Terminal “behinderness” is an affliction that generates heart-pounding stress and makes you wonder how the most successful founders and leaders manage to be so productive while you feel like you’re constantly drowning. A lot of it comes down to how they structure their days. Curious about how some of the top business leaders spent their time, John Rampton (CEO of Due) and Chris Stowell (VP of the International Center for Management and Organization Effectiveness) conducted a survey of 163 Fortune 500 companies to find out how leaders in the industry schedule their days to stay productive.
The average leader rolls out of bed at 6:15 a.m. to get an early start on the day. 5 Things Every Entrepreneur Must Do Every Day to Stay Productive – Productive Tips and Tricks. Believe it or not, entrepreneurs are the busiest persons everywhere.
The life of entrepreneurs is full of business decisions, research, communication and managing teams. As there is much work to do and little time, entrepreneurs can easily get off track and become distracted with lot of things. In this blog, I’ll discuss five great things that entrepreneurs do each day to stay productive all day long. Establishing a Routine is a MUST If you are an entrepreneur and you don’t have a schedule, how can you accomplish your goals? Set up the routine based on your personal life and work schedule.
Archive. Ego is the Enemy came out exactly three months ago and I want to thank you for your support.
The book was an immediate Wall Street Journal and USA Today bestseller (it also hit a few lists abroad) as well as receiving 4.6 out of 5 stars on Amazon with nearly 300 reviews so far. I want to thank you again for your support and especially the many of you who took part of the preorder campaign. I’m blown away by the support you all gave the book and I am having a wonderful time finishing the strategy calls with many of you who preordered more than 50 copies of the book. Aside from the preorder campaign and the usual press around a book launch, I was interviewed at a number of podcasts and I thought I’d put a list together of some my favorite ones: [*] I did a podcast with Dr. [*] My friend Lewis Howes interviewed me for his show and you can watch the entire episode below: [*] I was in the UK promoting the book and had my second appearance on London Real:
A Life of Productivity. Unclutterer - Daily tips on organizing and tidying up your home and office. Dumb Little Man - Tips for Life. James Clear. 99U - Empowering the Creative Community. Marc and Angel Hack Life – Practical Tips for Productive Living. You're Never Going To Feel Like It - Jesse Sussman.
You’re finally home after a long day of work—this is the moment you’ve been waiting for all day.
You kick off your shoes, change into sweatpants, grab a bag of Cheetos and plop down on the couch. You reach for the remote, eager to watch another episode of Narcos, when an alarm on your phone ruins the party. In big red letters, it reads: GO TO THE GYM. Shit. Your New Year’s resolution was to finally start working out, but it’s September 15th—and you haven’t even signed up for the gym. Your Cheetos-filled belly is peeking out from the bottom of your shirt. You want to change—you really do. You even tried an affirmation for the first time—“I am a warrior”—but your toothpaste-filled mouth made it sound more like, “I ah uh wawyuh.” But this morning was forever ago. You need to make a decision: gym or TV? You look at the remote, then at the gym clothes, back at the remote, and back at the gym clothes.
What do you do? But which decision is going to benefit you in the long run? Footnotes.