- How to manage your time more effectively (according to machines)
- Procrastination is an emotional problem
- 5 Ways to Simplify Your Life
- The Case for Current Reality
- Forget time management. Master this to meet all your productivity goals
Human beings and computers alike share the challenge of how to get as much done as possible in a limited time. Over the last fifty or so years, computer scientists have learned a lot of good…
A path to productivity and peace of mind with GTD
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Part 2. Where does a procrastinator go wrong and how can you actually improve your procrastination habits?
By Leo Babauta One of the great joys of my life is living simply, and every now and then finding ways to return to simplicity. Life tends to get complicated with time, and so I find ways to simplify.…
David Allen's answer about where to start with GTD? Anywhere.
«The great challenge is to face current reality head on without letting it “get to you” and cause you to program the next one as no better.»
If you stop treating procrastination like a time-management issue, it becomes easier to manage.
There’s no honor in being busy if all you ever do is busywork.
The 25/5 rule only takes five minutes to put into practice, but it can maximize your productivity and boost your career.
Getting Things Done, or GTD, is a system for getting organised and staying productive. It may seem complicated on the outside, but the end goal is to spend less time doing the things you have to do so you have more time for the things you want to do. Let's break it down and see how you can apply a simplified version...
GTD—or “Getting things done”—is a framework for organizing and tracking your tasks and projects. Its aim is a bit higher than just “getting things done”, though. (It should have been called “Getting…
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