Key to good time management is prioritizing what needs to be done when. Today we’re going to discuss seven techniques for helping you decide your priorities and what to do first. 1. Divide & Conquer When you have a long list of things, it can be hard to figure out
MottoA short expression of a guiding principle; a sentence, phrase, or word expressing the spirit or purpose of a person Choosing a motto to define your year has become a common life planning technique. A succinct word or phrase provides a theme for our year and gives us something to
Too often when we try to get something started, we aim for perfection. That desire to get things right can often backfire and cause us to take no action at all. Today I’m going to give you a roadmap to help you get started, then improve over time. Planning is
Common time management advice is to “know your hourly rate”. The idea is that if you know how much an hour of your time is worth, you can make better decisions with your time and money. Lots of articles have been written on how to figure out your hourly rate.
Ever hit a rut where you can’t make any progress? You put aside a project for a few days, and then can’t get back into it. Or you’ve hit a roadblock which is sapping all your energy. How do you get back in the flow and regain momentum? One method:
Many productivity systems use the concept of a Most Important Task–the task that is most critical to helping you achieve your goals. While I think Most Important Tasks (MITs) can be powerful, they can also be challenging. How do you determine exactly what is your Most Important Task? Can you
Today I’m going to own up to one of my own failures with time management. You might think that someone who is building a service to help people manage their time better would be good at time management. Normally, I am. I’m building Day Optimizer because the process of creating