If you know me you also know I love my coffee. I love coffee so much that I’m even willing to drink shitty coffee from yesterday that nobody else wanted.…
Whenever I talk to people about tracking their time (I’m a riveting conversationalist) I overwhelmingly hear two common obstacles.
You track your steps taken in a day, distance running, followers on IG, to-do lists and calendar items, but you don’t track your time spent doing other things?
Do not make yourself crazy trying to get necessarily everything done on your agenda. It’s okay to put off tasks for later. Things come up. Life will not stop while you send emails and go to meetings.
Want to run marathons? What about starting a new vegan diet? Everyone wants to build habits that last, but the key is to have a plan that works for you, not against you.
If you want to be productive, you must be using some kind of productivity tool that backs up all of your tasks and allows you to keep your mind free to tackle whats in front of you. I’ve reviewed some of the top options to help you decide which to use.
By spending your first several hours or even minutes of your day responding to emails you are shooting yourself in the foot. Mornings, for both larks and night owls, tend to be some of the most precious and productive hours of the day.