If you’re looking to be more productive, keeping task management software is a great place to start. And among the many to-do list apps in the market right now, Todoist continues to be the number one choice for various reasons—from smart language recognition to cross-platform support. Still, it might not cover all parts of your […]
Stop Unimportant Urgent Tasks from Stealing Your Time with the Eisenhower Matrix
Everyone I talk to in business today is busy. Even as things have slowed down in physical office locations, technology has allowed us to stay connected to continue to get work done. Add in video meetings with business colleagues, friends, family, doctors, and school teachers and it seems we really haven’t slowed down much. This […]
We often talk about how amazing it is to have apps that solve specific problems and help boost productivity. Many companies and individuals want the best tools technology has to offer to achieve these goals. But when it comes time to choose which tool is the right tool for the job, you find yourself paralyzed […]
How do you go from struggling to a highly productive professional? The answer is fairly simple–use productivity tools on a daily basis. These tools have helped me immensely in organizing and jotting down ideas for my business and in my private life, too. Let me share some tools that I know and personally recommend. Remember, […]
Everyone is talking about productivity apps these days. To be productive sounds great, and to have an app that does it for you, a dream come true. But many people confuse being productive with being busy. I wrote a Productivity Guide about this called BUSY VS PRODUCTIVE: THERE IS A DIFFERENCE & HOW TO MAKE […]
The ability to live a paperless life is becoming easier and more convenient every year.
We’re surrounded by digital tools and technology that make living paperless easier than using paper.
Ask any business person what their biggest frustration is, and chances are you’ll find email at the top of their list. Receiving and processing email can add a huge burden to an already overstuffed day.
In my day job, I receive up to 100 emails per day. This adds up to 500 emails per week and 2000 emails per month. Just imagine having this in your physical mailbox. Insane, right?