Thinking about using color-coding technique in your planner? Take a look at the tools and the ways how you can do this, since amazingly many possibilities are available!
Color-coding is a great way to organize your different tasks and add a pop of color to your planner. No matter if you’re new to this method, or you’re already using it, here are some great tips and ideas worth checking out!
Apart from being a place to note and keep your tasks and important dates, your planner can serve you in many incredible ways. With its help, you can be amazingly productive, as well. Curious to see how? Read the post!
What if you can’t afford to have a schedule or you’re simply not a scheduling type of person? See how to organize yourself to be productive and get things done even without a schedule! 😉
Not quite sure how to develop a schedule which will fit your needs? (or maybe how to even begin with it) Here are some tips on how to create your schedule and make it a lasting one – right from the start!
If you’re struggling to maintain a focus when working, or want to end procrastination, the Pomodoro technique can help you succeed. Here’s a brief, yet comprehensive, guide to this method.
There’s a quote from Alan Lakein – Time equals life; therefore, waste your time and waste your life, or master your time and master your life. You have to agree, there’s some truth in it (if not A LOT!). Therefore, to help you master your time the best way possible, I’ve compiled a list of 9 most common mistakes in time management with brief solutions how to overcome them. Make the most out of your time! Enjoy life!
The moment has come to talk about one major productivity killer. Procrastination! The all so dreaded force which keeps us from accomplishing the tasks we should do. It’s time to uncover what procrastination wants you to believe in and get the action tips on how to quickly snap out of it.
Say, whaaat? Yes, you’ve read it well. Your to-do list should contain the tasks for which you know up front they won’t be achieved. Sounds crazy? Maybe. Should you give this system a try? Most definitely! Check it out and see it for yourself.