Tag Archives: Time Management

Increasing Leisure Time, Building Your Creative Genius, and Asking THE Important Question

This is my opportunity to comment on a selection of my favorite and/or most informative or inspiring articles read on the web during the past week or so. Continue reading

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Productivity vs. People

Do you struggle with this same conflict of “values” that I do—getting things done versus giving time to people? Do you agree that sometimes the right thing to do is to “dismiss,” but other times the right thing to do is to engage? Continue reading

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Moving From Unimportant to Important

Is it possible to transform web-surfing and chitty-chatty phone calls into activities of “importance”? Methinks maybe. It’s all about the timing. Continue reading

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Create Your Own “How To” File

My how-to file has saved me countless hours. Any process that is not intuitive but which you may have to repeat should go in your “How To” file. Continue reading

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Seven Time-Saving Hacks

I love saving time, saving energy, saving money, etc. I feel very gratified when I feel as if I ‘beat the system’ in some way. Continue reading

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Setting the Stage for Productivity

I started a new experiment to gain control over my mornings, to complete my most important things (MITs) in a timely, but productive manner, and then to start chopping away at my remaining to-do list shortly thereafter. Since this was always my intention, I knew I needed to shake things up a bit, I needed to do something different. Obviously, my current methods were not working. Continue reading

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Plan Your Week

Previewing my week in advance is like looking at a map prior to taking a long trip. You may have to consult the map again sometime during the trip, but you have a general idea of the direction you should go to stay on course. Continue reading

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