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Entries from August 2008

Creating Effective Schedules to Turn Daily Tasks into Habits of Success

August 26th, 2008 · No Comments

In implementing new systems, you have to ask yourself: Does it work for me? Will I do it? Does it seem to you that the second question would logically be incorporated into the first?  After all, if it works for you, why wouldn’t you do it?  Yet how many time do you know that something […]

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Tags: Office Productivity

Problems in Common Time Management Systems and How to Avoid them

August 19th, 2008 · No Comments

You see the words everyday:  goal setting, time management, multitasking, organizing….  After diet and weight-loss books, these topics are high on the list of self-help tomes.  I have worked with clients who owned more time management books than many bookstores stock at one time, yet they still need me to come into their offices and […]

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Tags: Time Management

SuperMemo – Learn and Recall Information Efficiently

August 12th, 2008 · No Comments

Once again we turn to technology to help.  However the reason we need help relates to the abundance of technology in our lives.  We are wired, tracked, and expected to respond to  multiple demands on our time throughout the day.  The stresses created by multitasking affect us physically, and one victim of this barrage is our memory. Things come […]

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Tags: Multitasking

Have Fun at Work? Which Activities and How They Impact Productivity

August 5th, 2008 · 1 Comment

Many of you dream of the day when you no longer have to “work.”  That actual retirement, however, may be a long way off.  In the current world, it may not come at all, as more and more people find they have to keep going to make ends meet. When work consumes a major part […]

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Tags: Team Productivity · Work Life Balance