Do you remember the times when you were wasting your time thinking what to get down to? As a solution to this problem you discovered a list of tasks so that each new task to perform is put in your list. The list is growing and an evening review of the tasks for the next day begins to scare you.
Mind maps? Sounds a bit puzzling. How often do you happen to make a note of something and then forget or lose a piece of paper with the notes on it? Or maybe you read your notes later and do not understand them at all?
The process of writing or noting involves only the left hemisphere of the brain. Notes are usually long, visually monotonous, difficult to remember for the brain. When we read them, we often catch ourselves thinking about something else. This is all because you set your brain to a very monotonous, tedious work.
Working from home regardless of whether you run your own business or work remotely can be productive. At home we have more things which distract us therefore effective work requires creativity and a bit more of effort than working in the office.
What we say and think has a tremendous impact on our behavior, emotions and feelings. A small two word change can also cause a change in your approach and significantly increase your motivation.
Do you feel overwhelmed by the amount of mail in your inbox? Some of them are simply spam, some of them you need your response and others call for a specific action. However, all of them require time to read and deciding what steps to take. A chockfull inbox effectively blocks your productivity and doesn’t allow you to go forward. Mailbox management to the rescue!
Each of us, people consciously working on personal development, is aware of restrictions. Time is one of the main limitations you face during executing tasks. You want to learn new skills , do work that you get paid for, spend time on hobbies or with your family and to have a few moments for yourself, for example to read your favorite book . A day is only 24 hours long and you can’t extend it. Thanks to prioritizing tasks you can give every day a meaning and plan it well.
Setting goals is fundamental to success in life and work. In this post we will explain why it is important to define goals and suggest how to do this properly to avoid problems with achieving them.
ALPEN is an acronym in which each successive letter means another step that must be taken to plan your actions. To use this method you will need 5-15 minutes a day. It is one of the most widely used time management methods and therefore worth exploring. Interested? Let’s get started!
It comes down to performing several tasks at once. The idea seems to be great. You should be more productive doing two things simultaneously instead of finishing one task and starting a new one. Ingenious? Not really.