// archives

productivity

This tag is associated with 5 posts
marius-masalar-CyFBmFEsytU-unsplash-featured

Ways to Improve, Secure and Your Digital Life

I’ve pretty much always been an early adopter of all things technology — hardware, software, etc. But with that comes the possibility of setting yourself up for an immense set of distractions, tinkering, and possible security risks. Securing, maintaining and organizing all that should be a combo of digital and physical organizational pieces.

Holly Is a Web-Based To-Do Manager for People Who Love the Command Line

I’m pretty happy with utilizing Evernote as my to-do / organizer, but I’m intrigued by Holly. I’m minimally gonna try this out. It seems right up my alley. Holly Is a Web-Based To-Do Manager for People Who Love the Command Line Holly App: Task Tracking for Nerds

Worker Productivity: Sweet Spot Is 40 Hours a Week

My wife retweeted the article linked below the quite awhile back and thought I’d share. This is something I’ve always found to be personally true with my functioning. Your mileage may vary, but this article definitely speaks to me: Worker Productivity: Sweet Spot Is 40 Hours a Week

Set Up Timed Playlists & Non-Intrusive Distractions to Stay Focused and Productive at Work

I feel like I do a pretty damn good job of staying focused most days at work, along with managing multitasking. I definitely subscribe to the Lifehacker article suggestion below to the suggestions related to a good pair of noise canceling headphones.

7 Ways to Find Your Focus

Here’s a great list of ways to find your focus in the office. I especially think the “propose later” bit to be very useful and effective. I’d add to “change locations” working from home for those that have it available for their given jobs and given workplaces. I can’t tell you how many days I’ve […]







Categories