Mondays pick for best apps for productivity

Mondays pick for best apps for productivity

Apps, Productivity
          I compiled this list of the best apps for productivity. The following apps have increased my productivity, organization, and ability to lead teams of all sizes. These apps combined with good effective management skills will definitely deliver a 1.. 2.. punch for productivity. After being asked repeatedly for recommendations on the best apps for productivity, here are some of them. According to one study, the average person … Has 60-90 apps Uses 30 apps per month Opens 10 apps every day In the United States, the average app user spends two hours and 15 minutes per day on apps. If you’re doing the math, that works out nearly one month per year spent on an app. So again allow me to help sort through some of…
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How To Get More Done And Minimize Distractions

Affiliate, Coaching, Habits, Productivity
Increasing your productivity doesn’t take a magic wand or require you to get an advanced degree in statistics. If you are struggling with a lack of productivity, you need to take a closer look at your daily habits. Being unproductive is nobody’s fault but your own. Here are some of the top tips that you can incorporate into your daily life to learn how to get more done and minimize distractions. Tip 1 – Learn to Anticipate Yourself When it comes to productivity, we are our own worst enemy in learning how to get more done and minimize distractions. According to an article from Fast Company, where they studied office worker distractions, they learned how many of the distractions involve different kinds of technologies, and they ended up creating even more of…
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Proper use of To-Do List is a Leadership Development Skill

Coaching, Productivity
I have read a lot about creating a To-Do list and supposedly the advantage of them. I am not a big advocate of strictly using them. Here is where the To-Do list can become dangerous or at least very hard and miserable for those trying to use them successfully. A sloppy to-do list is a source of stress and wasted effort that many, like myself, have found as we build upon our leadership development skills. And often times this crash and burn with To-Do list end up with leaders abandoning their list for another great idea they hear about from those who have trained themselves in the proper way to use whatever that tool is they are selling or promoting. List Taking Can Work To keep from the above crash…
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How to start for a productive day

Productivity
Ready for this mind-blowing start for a productive day? If you are waiting until the start of the day, you are already too late. A productive day starts at least the night before. I believe that finishing the previous day strong by what I call mind dumping (more on this to come) will aid you in having that productive next day. Turning your mind dumping into S.M.A.R.T.E.R. actionable items, and for me, this is where I also settle what the first thing I will take on in the morning. The item that falls in my top 20% of what only I can do but will result in 80% of a return for me. Now it is the next day and time to put into effect the prep from the night before. When you…
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