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What is the very next thing you’ll do after reading this blog post?

What is the very next thing you’ll do after reading this blog post?

Picking the next thing to do is hard. Where the hell do you start? It’s helpful to have a process you can follow that will guide you in the right direction, and David Allen provides two of them in his book, Getting Things Done.

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5 ways to be more productive the next time you do the dishes

5 ways to be more productive the next time you do the dishes

It’s a simple equation: the dishes need to get done, because if they don’t get done, they pile up and then you get sad. But here’s the thing – activities that eat up a lot of time but only a little attention are incredible opportunities to be more productive.

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The Two Minute Rule

The Two Minute Rule

However you manage your schedule, it’s easy to get caught in the trap of adding absolutely everything to it because, man, that feeling of crossing something off of it just feels so good. The two minute rule will save you from that trap.

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Get Unstuck: How to manage your time with the Pomodoro Technique

Get Unstuck: How to manage your time with the Pomodoro Technique

The Pomodoro Technique is a dead-simple time management technique that breaks your time down into easy-to-manage chunks. It helps you focus, get more done (in less time), and become much more productive. What’s not to love?

by × April 30, 2013 ×

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