Choose the right productivity method to organize your goals and take more action.
Big or small, altruistic or a bit materialistic, we all have dreams and goals. Yet when it comes to achieving them, choosing the right productivity method can literally make or... break you.
But what are these productivity methods? They are tried and tested techniques that help you do more of the things that matter to you, on a consistent basis. That’s true productivity, which can only be nurtured by a system that works on all levels, manages several inputs on a daily basis, and saves you a lot more time and energy than it takes to maintain it.
Not all productivity methods are created equal. Some might be more fit for multitaskers who’re used to juggle between multiple projects, some are straightforward frameworks for storing and retrieving data, while others work like horse eye patches for single-minded focus.
We’ve spared you some time and brought the most essential productivity methods and techniques in a single place. Before jumping to them, here are a few things to consider:
September 9, 2020
6 min. read
Having a hard time starting your day? Beat procrastination by eating the frog - the hardest task on your to-do list - first thing in the morning and make meaningful progress towards your goals.
January 28, 2019
14 min. read
Your mind is for having ideas, not holding them. Capture - Clarify - Organize - Reflect - Engage. Use this 5-step method to deal with your wandering thoughts and tasks in a relaxed, yet controlled manner.
May 6, 2021
11 min. read
To stay focused, work with time, not against it. Divide tasks into chunks of 25 minutes, then reward yourself with a 5 minute break. This will keep your creative juices flowing, without relying on will power alone.
September 21, 2020
9 min. read
Endless to-do lists scare us all for a good reason: you never know what to tackle next! Declutter your to-do list and prioritize what’s urgent and what’s important just like General Dwight D. Eisenhower would.
November 22, 2019
11 min. read
Projects get messy if you don’t know how tasks are progressing. Follow the status of each task on a visual board, from start to finish. Spot bottlenecks early on and manage remote teams more visually.
December 21, 2020
9 min. read
Discard wishful thinking and make significant progress towards your goals. Use the Objectives and Key Results (OKR) methodology both in your professional and personal life to nail goals methodically.
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