MENU

Weekly Round-Up #63: A Short but sweet look at productivity

Weekly Round-Up - Cowboy Lassoing Text

I’m afraid it’s a short round-up this week as I’m suffering with a stinking rotten cold and need some sleep! Enjoy and please let me know if you have anything you’d like me to feature in an upcoming round-up.

Overcoming Procrastination: The Ultimate Guide – 99 Smart Ideas

Camilla over at “99 Smart Ideas” has put together yet another fantastic post detailing how you can get over procrastination. Did you know that some procrastination is good? Check out this well written article for more.

This Googler Explains How To Design Your Time Rather Than Manage It – Fast Company

There seems to be a thing about splitting things into quadrants, Stephen Covey likes his quadrants when it comes to prioritising tasks but according to this guy from Google there are ways to split the majority of your life into little boxes too – who knew!

Checklists and Tips to Help Streamline Spring Cleaning – NY Times

Yes, it’s getting close to springtime and therefore cleaning time! This article gives you a couple of ideas of apps that you can use to run your spring cleaning checklists.

How To Never Have A Bad Day Again – Career Girl Daily

We all like to thin that we’re considerate of others, but how about our selves? Being mindful of wehat we need can shape our attitudes and ensure we don’t have a bad day.

The 4 Rituals That Will Make You An Expert At Anything – Barking Up The Wrong Tree

We apparently need 10,000 hours of practice in order to master a hobby… or do we? This article looks at how you can become master of your field with a little less effort (but not dedication!)

Do You Enable These Productivity Killers?– Productivity Theory

Some of these might be obvious but sometimes it’s handy to have a reminder!

Filed Under:

Subscribe to our mailing list

Join Hundreds of readers who have access to exclusive downloads and content

1 Comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.