The life of a student can be a busy one, it can be difficult to fit it all in and have a life. Matt Murrell from All Day Productivity shares his tips on staying organised and productive.
Understanding priorities can be a challenge for some people, if you struggle with figuring out what you need to do now and next, take a look at the Eisenhower Matrix and focus on the right thing at the right time
We know we need to eat more vegetables and less sugar, but we’re really too busy getting things done. Many of us are rushing through a packed schedule every day—working to a deadline, meetings, dropping off the kids, getting to the gym, picking up the kids and there’s just not enough time to cook and eat healthy, Jessica O'Toole of Gzel.global explains how we eat what we are...
Here are a couple of the tools that have kept me productive in 2014, Todoist, WorldCard Reader and Haiku Deck amoung others help me to get more done, focus on the right thing at the right time and feel more in control.
Would you like more time to reach your goals and do all the things you would like to do? Getting organised can give you that time.
Setting up systems, eliminating distractions, managing your email and your workflow will help you to find that time to do all the things you want to do with your life.
With the New Year in hand, most of us have ambitious plans and a huge laundry list of things we want to get done. It might consist of writing, getting more organized at work, or whatever you envision yourself becoming this year. But like many of us, as the year goes on those old habits somehow creep back into our lives.
What one achievement would make 2015 your best year yet?
That has always been one of my favourite questions.
A question that brings everything into perspective and helps me to focus.
There are so many things worthy of achievement, many goals, hopes and dreams.
But if you could only choose only one?
If that one thing would contribute to making this year one of your best yet, What would it be?
It’s the time of year where everyone starts to think about change, about giving up bad habits and creating new positive habits. Traditionally at New Year we think about how this year will be different, we are filled with hope, optimism and excitement.
Unfortunately the statistics for New Year Resolution success are poor. Apparently only 18% of people succeed with their New Year’s Resolutions. There are a number of reasons why this happens but mainly because people don't understand the if there are setting a goal or attempting for form a new habit.
Yep it’s that time again when I shamelessly bare all in the hope that both you and I may learn something from it. 2014 has been good to me, in comparison to 2013, which you can read about here, it has been less eventful, in a good way. My Goals for 2014 Let’s take a [...]
Need a way to organise your work and your buttons? You may want to take a look at the Five S model. Five S is a methodology used for Workplace Organisation. It originated in Japan in the Lean Business World. The Core Concept of Lean is to maximise customer value and minimise waste. The focus [...]